We believe in giving back to the communities in which we live.
We support charitable organizations and help those in need.
The Genesis Consulting team is proud to sponsor the following organizations:
CARITAS began as an all volunteer effort called Winter Cots in the early eighties. At that time, a convergence of social issues, including the large scale discharge of mental health patients into the general community, razing of low rent downtown hotels, increase in heroin and cocaine use, and a stuttering economy resulted in a dramatic increase of people on the street and in need of shelter. After seeking guidance from Emergency Shelter, Inc., the faith community responded by opening the doors of their downtown churches and synagogues in the evenings to offer shelter and a cot from the winter weather. Each congregation provided shelter for several weeks at a time, offering cots and blankets to those in need. In 1987, this effort was formalized with the incorporation of CARITAS.
University of Virginia Children's Hospital
UVA Children's Hospital knows that outstanding medical care is about more than making the right diagnosis and offering the latest technology. It's making sure you and your child have the best possible experience, whether it's making an appointment or having a complex surgery.
As a top children's hospital ranked by U.S. News & World Report, they know kids often have the biggest hearts, the biggest fears and even bigger dreams. UVA Children's Hospital provides compassionate care in more than 30 specialties, with a dedicated pediatric emergency department, neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), pediatric intensive care unit (PICU) and consolidated outpatient clinics at our Battle Building in Charlottesville.
World Pediatric Project
World Pediatric Project heals children in developing countries today while creating and implementing long term solutions to address the critical healthcare needs of children and babies who will be born tomorrow. World Pediatric Project saves children’s lives and transforms their communities by empowering medical volunteers, building partnerships and creating sustainable healthcare programs. They send teams of volunteer pediatric specialists to developing countries to diagnose and treat critically ill children who don’t have access to advanced medical resources or expertise. World Pediatric Project brings the most advanced cases to its partner hospitals in the U.S. for treatment. World Pediatric Project develops programs to prevent birth defects in its partner countries and implements capacity-building physician and nurse training programs.
Since 1980, the Make-A-Wish Foundation® has enriched the lives of children with life- threatening medical conditions through its wish-granting work. The Foundation’s mission reflects the life-changing impact that a Make-A-Wish® experience has on children, families, referral sources, donors, sponsors, and entire communities.