Rose Pallet is grateful to our local and national client base, as well as our surrounding community, for their continued business and support. Our relationships both near and far make it possible for our business to thrive. Therefore, we are privileged for the opportunity to give back when and where we can. Below is a sampling of local and national charities we support, either through fundraising or donating time, services, or our pallets!
Established by our CEO in October 2015, the Alan J. Rose Foundation exists to generate awareness and raise funds for various philanthropic organizations. Read More
The Alan J. Rose Foundation held a fundraiser in February 2016 to benefit the Caridad Center. Invited guests were treated to live music, dinner, and dancing in exchange for a donation to support the free health clinic, which serves uninsured children and families in South Florida. In additional to healthcare, the Center also provides outreach services including food, rent, and clothing to more than 2,000 families and educational enrichment services to up to 75 children each school year. The event raised $4,000 for the Center.
In January 2016 our CEO Alan Rose and President Michael Loizzo donated $1,000 to Misericordia, Heart of Mercy, which offers support and service for people with developmental disabilities.
Also in January 2016 Alan Rose and Michael Loizzo donated $1,000 to La Rabida Children’s Hospital, which provides care for children with lifelong medical conditions.
Asthmatic research has always been near and dear to Alan Rose. In November 2015, Alan Rose donated $6,000 to the University of Chicago Asthma and COPD Center. Read More
Rose Pallet has sponsored and participated in the Cancer Support Center Walk of Hope event, in Homewood, IL, since 2007. Proceeds of which are used to provide free treatment services and support to 70 Chicago Southland communities. We also sponsored the “Beyond Words” art exhibit in June 2015.
Rose Pallet is proud to support GiGi’s Playhouse, an established series of achievement centers serving children and adults with Down syndrome and their families. The centers offer therapeutic, educational, and career training programs free of charge so that cost is never a barrier to participation or achievement.
Rose Pallet employees volunteer every few months for the Ronald McDonald House Charities to prepare a home-cooked meal for families of seriously ill children receiving treatment at nearby hospitals.