We are grateful for the support you and your neighbors show us on a daily basis. But support is a two-way street. That's why we've decided to give back to the community. "Royal Air Gives Back" is a way for you to help your favorite organization. And, best of all, all you need to do is vote. Royal Air Systems, Inc. will donate to each organization based on what place they come in at the end of Saturday, April 1, 2023.
Contestants requires a minimum of 50 votes to qualify
One vote per day per person
Votes tied to unverified emails or phone numbers will be disregarded
Voting for more than one charity is prohibited
Thomas E. Smith Paralysis Foundation
The Thomas E. Smith Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to better the lives of those affected by and living with paralysis through financial and emotional support, as well as supporting preventive innovations that decrease the risk of spinal cord injuries.
Co-Founded by Thomas Smith and Tucker Mullin from Thomas’ hospital room in 2009, the TESF’s mission includes dynamic platforms that target specific issues in the Spinal Cord Injury Community. Each facet of our preventative, motivational, and reactive mission is meant to provide substantial support to individuals and families, and the TESF is fully committed to creating influential solutions that make a difference for those in need.
Our organization wants to make sure every one in Massachusetts has access to the medical equipment they need for a comfortable recovery. We lend a variety of hospital and therapeutical equipment to those in need. Items commonly requested include knee walkers, wheel chairs, nebulizers, and hospital beds.
Established in 1976 by Cindi Shapiro and her siblings — Randi Cohen and Don Shapiro — Northeast Animal Shelter is one of New England’s largest animal adoption centers. In 1994, Northeast Animal Shelter implemented a robust animal relocation program — one of the first of its kind — to help reduce the nation’s overpopulation problem at local animal shelters across the country. Since its inception, Northeast Animal Shelter has transported over 125,000 cats and dogs to New England — where the demand for adoptable pets is high — and placed them in homes.