Making A Change
Riveron is dedicated to supporting local non-profit organizations with a special emphasis on children’s health and education. Through volunteer service and giving, our people provide assistance at crucial moments in the lives of children.
The Make-A-Wish Foundation strengthens and empowers children battling critical illnesses. Riveron partnered with Make-A-Wish and Make-A-Wish Mid-Atlantic in 2017 to grant a child their wish. Through the support of our dedicated team members, we exceeded our fundraising goals by 100 percent, allowing us to grant wishes to two children. Riveron’s continued involvement includes our annual Ride for Wishes firmwide event as well as employee participation in the Wish Granter program, professional and social events across markets.
Community Partners of Dallas
Community Partners of Dallas (CPD) our ensures safety, restores dignity and inspires hope for the abused and neglected children served by Dallas County Child Protective Services. Riveron supports CPD through yCPD Field Day, the holiday toy drives, and the annual CPD Back to School Drive. We hold a friendly competition to bring the most school supplies for the kids supported by CPD and take a trip to the CPD offices to pass out the supplies and cook breakfast for the social workers caring for the kids.
Midtown Educational Foundation
Midtown Educational Foundation guides low-income urban youth in Chicago and operates through its Center for girls and boys in grades 4 – 12. Founded in 1965, 100% of MEF students have achieved high school graduation and college enrollment for the past 17 consecutive years. Riveron sponsors MEF’s fundraising events, including the annual Soiree and the summer golf tournament, and have active members on the organization’s Advancement Council.
Yellowstone Academy is a premier school in Houston serving the low-income areas of the historic 3rd Ward. Riveron has grown a strong relationship with the school by participating as student lunch mentors through the Corporate Partnership program. Our employees were paired second grade students and have since followed the classroom up through the fourth grade participating in school activities and events as well as fundraising opportunities to promote continuing education for the grades to come.