A Partner With Our CommunityCommon Sense Business Solutions is Focused on Helping Local Non-Profits
Common Sense Business Solutions is committed to playing a positive role in our local community.
One of the ways we accomplish this goal is by regularly donating commercial business multifunction copy systems, services, and supplies to local non-profit organizations.
Every non-profit organization is tasked with using their limited budgets and resources to serve their base causes and therefore they rely on charitable donations of many necessary materials and services to help support their causes.
Local Non-Profit Organization Supported by CSBS
We are proud to donate copying and printing equipment and services to local non-profit organizations doing great work in our local area.
Shown below are a sampling of the organizations we support and we welcome your partnership in supporting these great organizations in every way possible.
Supporting Animals in Need
Forgotten Felines of Sonoma County
Forgotten Felines of Sonoma County focuses on cats that are not “owned” and have little to no chance of being spayed, neutered, or receiving medical attention.
These cats are our county’s most vulnerable; they are the most likely to be neglected and they are the most likely to be forgotten.
Since 1990, we have been the guardians, protectors, and advocates for the unowned feral, unowned stray, and unowned community cats in our county. We have spayed and neutered more than 35,000 cats, provided vital medical services, and given second and third chances for cats through our foster, adoption, and relocation programs.”
To get involved and learn more about Forgotten Felines of Sonoma County visit www.Forgottenfelines.com.
Green Dog Rescue Project
Green Dog Rescue Project is a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit organization working to inspire change, educate, and save lives.
We are the United States first predominantly non-kennel, pack-oriented facility, proving that change is good, one dog at a time.
To learn more visit www.greendogproject.org.
Homeward Bound of Marin
Homeward Bound of Marin is the primary provider of Marin County homeless shelters and services for homeless families and individuals in Marin, California.
It is the privilege of Common Sense Business Solutions to do a small part in helping this amazing organization by providing a quality, business copy-print-scan system so this incredible organization can use money otherwise spent on a copier to fund their vital work; Ending Homelessness with housing, training and hope.
To get involved and to learn more about Homeward Bound of Marin visit www.hbofm.org.
Interfaith Shelter Network
Interfaith Shelter Network provides housing and a hand up for homeless men, women, and children in Sonoma County in an atmosphere of dignity, respect, and kindness; towards an outcome of empowerment, self-sufficiency, and independence.
To learn more visit www.ifsn.org.
Transcendence Theater - Community Theater
Transcendence Theatre Company’s mission is to create extraordinary experiences that inspire others to go beyond the usual limits and change the world in extraordinary ways. TTC has created a forum for artists to perform and transcend through the pursuit of their passions while creating a culture of community inclusion and involvement that enrichens all of Sonoma County. Located in Sonoma, California, Transcendence produces a unique seasonal programming of live outdoor Broadway-style concerts and musicals at their primary performance space within the majestic open-air ruins of the Kohler & Frohling Winery at Jack London State Historic Park. Additional performances take place in remarkable locations, both indoor and out, throughout Sonoma.
A 501(c)3 nonprofit regional theatre company, Transcendence was recently named by USA Today 10 Best as the #2 “Best Outdoor Concert Venue You Shouldn’t Miss” in the US and has garnered the Broadway World San Francisco “Theater of the Year” award in both 2013 and 2014. The Transcendence company of actors is comprised of musical theatre artists with Broadway, National & International Tour, film and major television credits. To learn more visit: www.ttcsonoma.org and to contact: [email protected]
Health & Wellness
First Responders Resiliency
First Responders Resiliency, Inc. is a program developed to decrease stress and enhance resiliency in first responders.
We are a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization created For First Responders, by First Responders, and we are dedicated to the psychological and physical well-being of those who are serving, or have served, in the industry.
To learn more and or donate visit www.resiliency1st.org.
NAMI – National Alliance on Mental Illness – Santa Rosa, California
NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.
What started as a small group of families gathered around a kitchen table in 1979 has blossomed into the nation’s leading voice on mental health.
Today, we are an association of hundreds of local affiliates, state organizations, and volunteers who work in your community to raise awareness and provide support and education that was not previously available to those in need. NAMI relies on gifts and contributions to support our important work.
See more at http://www.nami.org or [email protected] 800-950-NAMI or email at [email protected]
Ritter Center – Redwood Community Health Organization – San Rafael, California
Ritter Center was established in 1980 to respond to the needs of Marin County’s low-income residents. All agency programs focus on providing highly professional services with respect and compassion.
The agency employs a comprehensive case management model to assess each client’s immediate and long-term needs. A case plan is then developed to help stabilize clients and lead them back towards self-sufficiency.
Ritter Center’s main outcomes are transitioning people into housing, employment, and health, mental health and substance abuse treatment as well as improving people’s day to day living conditions.-
See more at; http://www.rittercenter.org or (415) 457-8182
Veterans & Law Enforcement
SRJC Office of Veteran Affairs
Veterans and military reserve members are granted four units of college credit for completion of basic training.
Additional credit may be granted for advanced military training as determined by the Evaluations Office of Admissions and Records.
Santa Rosa Junior College is an approved college for the training of veterans and dependents of veterans under the various public laws of the United States and California’s Veteran enactments.
To learn more visit www.veterans.santarosa.edu.
Law Enforcement Chaplaincy
Law Enforcement Chaplaincy in Sonoma County lists their mission as follows; Our mission is to respond to requests from law enforcement and provide immediate emotional support and follow up care to them and to the members of our community who have suffered tragedy and loss. We are an interfaith community of compassionate volunteers without religious, political, or legal agendas.
Officers, Deputies, Firefighters, and Emergency Services see a lot of pain every day. It’s a non-stop world of emergencies, sudden deaths, crimes, accidents and disasters. It is the job of law enforcement to run toward the danger when others are running away. In the normal course of work, law enforcement encounters citizens who are injured, shocked, bereft, and disoriented. This is where the Law Enforcement Chaplaincy of Sonoma County comes in. We train and deploy over 70 volunteer chaplains who are on the streets, day and night, providing emotional support to those who serve.