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COMMUNITY

At BlackFin we celebrate our people by supporting their charity of choice. To demonstrate or support and commitment, BlackFin makes an annual financial contribution to their charity of choice - celebrating both individuality and the causes they are passionate about. 


Team members at BlackFin Group feel being engaged in a charitable cause is not

just an opportunity - but a responsibility to give back to our community.


Please join us in celebrating each team members charity. 

Bill Corbet, Charity of Choice

Save Barnegat Bay was founded in 1971 with the mission to restore and protect the Barnegat Bay and its ecosystem. We advance our mission by being a strong and independent voice for the Bay throughout the watershed, including all of Ocean and part of Monmouth Counties.

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April Ball, Charity of Choice

When a wish is granted, a child replaces fear with confidence, sadness with joy and anxiety with hope. This can have a real and tangible impact on a child’s health. In fact, research shows that wishes have proven physical and emotional benefits that can give children with critical illnesses a higher chance of survival. Doctors and social workers use wishes as part of their treatment plan because wishes are that important.

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Keith Kemph, Charity of Choice

UMPS CARE Charities was founded through the compassion of Major League Baseball (MLB) umpires. UMPS CARE provides financial, in-kind and emotional support for America’s youth and families in need.

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Noel E Stack, Charity of Choice

Research is one of our best weapons against breast cancer. Over the past 30 years, it’s fueled our knowledge of breast cancer and helped us understand that breast cancer is not just a single disease but many diseases, unique to each individual. Thanks to supporters, we’ve been able to provide more than $956M to researchers in 47 states, District of Columbia and 21 countries. And with your help, we’ll keep doing so. Because nothing would make us happier than ending breast cancer forever.

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