5K Celebration “5for5” By Kassie McRostie CANA established the CANA Foundation in 2017 on the premise that we are blessed with individual talents, financial resources, and a successful company that provides a platform for the CANA family to connect with and give back to community areas we feel passionate and care about. We believe we have an obligation to use our skills and resources to help individuals and organizations in our communities overcome any barriers they face. Tru
CANA took on a pro-bono project supporting the Blind and Visually Impaired Center of Monterey County, a not-for-profit organization serving individuals on the peninsula. The Monterey Center needed to project the future population of the visually impaired in their areas of interest - Monterey, Salinas, Carmel, and Carmel Valley, California - to better position their limited resources to the population. To approach this problem, we took a two-step approach using existi
CANA Advisor's Walt DeGrange recently participated in the "Face of America Charity" bicycle event. We are proud to have sponsored Walt for this great cause. Here is his recap of his ride. I had the honor of participating in the Face of America charity bicycle ride this April. There are several reasons to participate in this type of event: to raise money and awareness for a good cause, to get out and ride your bike, and to see beautiful scenery. This ride had all of those
At CANA, we believe in maintaining strong community bonds. Our community starts within our core of talented employees and extends to our clients, partners, professional organizations, families, and individual social circles – our community impacts our way of thinking through an exchange of ideas, concepts, history, and feedback. These connections allow us to understand how we can provide better services and products to positively impact personal lives and business outcomes.
CANA is a proud sponsor and participant in the upcoming Paralyzed Veterans Golf Open (PVGO) taking place on May 18th at The Golf Club at Lansdowne in Lansdowne, Virginia. All proceeds go to support the Operation Paving Access for Veterans Employment (PAVE) program. So far this year’s tournament has raised over $400,000 for Operation Paving Access for Veterans Employment (PAVE) program, which has worked with over 500 employers to help more than 600 veterans find work. The even