#MadeBetter: Giving Back
At Landau, we believe in not only in crafting better, higher quality products for healthcare workers, we also believe in contributing to our community, nation, and the world, to build a better community for our generation and future generations.
We strive to support our local community, the healthcare community, and organizations across the United States.
“We are thankful to be in a position to enact change in our local community and nation,” said Bruce Landau, CEO of Landau Uniforms. “Our business and family have committed to continuing our support through yearly donations to the work these nonprofits do.”
The National Civil Rights Museum is committed to sharing the culture and lessons from the American Civil Rights Movement. The museum is also accredited by the American Alliance of Museums and is a founding member of the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience.
HIAS rescues, protects, and advocates for those whose lives are in danger for being who they are, helping them build new lives and reuniting them with their families. They are committed to serving refugees and other displaced persons of concern around the world.
Using lessons of history, Facing History and Ourselves challenges teachers and students to stand up to bigotry and hate, and choose a world of equity and justice. Their resources address racism, antisemitism, and prejudice at pivotal moments in history.
An independent, nonpartisan law and policy organization, the Brennan Center for Justice works to reform, revitalize, and defend the United States’ systems of democracy and justice.
Bridges provides students with an opportunity to find their voice and become empowered to reach across racial and socio-economic divides, be prepared for secondary educational opportunities and future careers, and become engaged in their communities.
Freedom Preparatory Academy, established in 2009, is a free, public charter school in Memphis, Tennessee. Freedom Prep believes that great things can often be achieved when knowledge and goodness unite.
Memphis Opportunity Scholarship Trust (MOST) provides all children in the Memphis, Tennessee area access to great schools, regardless of their family incomes or ZIP codes. MOST does this by providing scholarships to qualifying students to attend private schools.
Reach Memphis provides a variety of summer experience opportunities, college counseling services, career exploration resources, ACT preparation, mentoring, and tutoring services to students in Memphis and Shelby County. Their mission is to assist high-achieving students to
succeed in high school, college, and beyond.
Porter-Leath has been the primary resource for Memphis children and families for more than 170 years. The organization focuses on the essential building blocks of healthy development to provide families the tools they need. Porter-Leath aims to help build stronger children, stronger families, and a stronger Memphis.
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, located in Memphis, Tennessee, is leading the way the world understands, treats, and defeats childhood cancer and diseases. Holding steadfast to the vision of their founder, no child is denied treatment based on race, religion, or their family’s ability to pay for their medical treatment.
Located in Memphis, Tennessee, Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare provides care to patients from across the region. Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare has four Memphis metro adult hospitals.
Planned Parenthood serves as a trusted healthcare provider, educator, advocate, and global partner, delivering vital reproductive healthcare, education, and information to millions worldwide. Planned Parenthood has served and educated citizens for more than 100 years.
Memphis Jewish Home and Rehab provides people and families of all faiths the care they need with compassion, dignity, and commitment. MJHR is a 160-bed nursing home and offers rehabilitation in its state-of-the-art rehab facility.
Church Health is the largest faith-based, privately funded healthcare organization in the U.S. Church Health provides medical services to uninsured and underserved individuals and families across Shelby County, Tennessee.
Fogelman Jewish Family Service, located at the Memphis Jewish Community Center, provides a variety of social services and serves as a connection to any additional services needed. FJFS forms collaborative relationships to enhance well-being and help its clients thrive.
A leader in psychiatric care, research, and education, McLean Hospital was founded in 1811 and is dedicated to improving the lives of individuals and families affected by mental illness. McLean Hospital is an affiliate of Harvard Medical School.
The Hope for Depression Research Foundation was founded in 2006 and aims to fund cutting-edge scientific research into the origins, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of depression.
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center is the world’s oldest and largest private cancer center. Sloan Kettering was founded in 1884 and is devoted to providing exceptional patient care, innovative research, and outstanding educational programs.
Regional One Health, the oldest health system in Tennessee, is committed to serving patients in the community with compassionate care. The health system is comprised of seven service locations across Memphis.
A Step Ahead Foundation was founded in 2011 by Claudia Haltom. The foundation’s mission is to empower women to reach their life goals by eliminating barriers through educational programming, services, and funding.
The Baddour Center, founded in 1978 by the Baddour family, strives to provide a model residential community for adults with mild and moderate intellectual disabilities to promote maximum growth intellectually, spiritually, physically, socially, emotionally, and vocationally.
Hope House, founded in 1993 and located in Memphis, Tennessee, aims to improve the quality of life for individuals and families affected by HIV and poverty by providing early childhood education, supportive social services, assistance in obtaining education and employment, and community education about HIV/AIDs.
Mid-South Food Bank, a member of Feeding America, was founded in 1981 with the mission of changing lives by eliminating hunger in the mid-south. They are a founding member of the Safety Net Collaborative and their initiatives include, Feeding Children, Feeding Families, and Feeding Seniors.
Memphis Child Advocacy Center’s mission is to serve children who are victims of sexual and severe physical abuse. MCAC also houses the Shelby County Child Protection Investigation Team, a team made up of 15 agencies including MCAC.
Kindred Place helps adults and children find peace, ending the cycle of anger, violence, aggression, and trauma at home. Their licensed counselors and social workers work with both victims of violence and family aggressors to help end family violence.
Guided by their core values, Junior Achievement works to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy. Junior Achievement programs provide young people the knowledge and skills they need to plan for their futures, own their economic success, and make smart academic and economic choices.
By developing, activating, and retaining talent, New Memphis strives to create a more prosperous and vital Memphis. New Memphis offers a continuum of leadership development and community engagement opportunities, investing in the people of Memphis.
WKNO is the Mid-South’s public media organization. WKNO is committed to created and providing both unique local and national content for digital media, radio, and television.
Built in 1936, the Levitt Shell - then the Overton Park Shell - provides the community with 50 free concerts a year to bring people together and build a stronger community through music.
LITE Memphis’ mission is to equip African American and Latinx students with the skills to close the racial wealth gap by becoming entrepreneurs and securing high-wage jobs. Through their community workshops, finalist program, and innovation fellowship, LITE Memphis provides students with the skills to create wealth.
Founded in 1968, MIFA works to support the independence of vulnerable seniors and families in crisis through their high-impact programs. MIFA serves more than 40,000 people annually.
Playback Memphis is part of a longstanding international organization that supports Playback Theater – a form of improvisational theater in which audience members tell stories from their lives and watch actors and musicians bring them to life.
ArtsMemphis works to sustain Memphis’ world-renowned cultural vitality and strengthen the local communities through the arts. They aim to amplify awareness and drive arts support, invest in and forge connections for artists and organizations, and model organizational effectiveness.
Founded in 2000 by Michael Stern, the Iris Orchestra was founded to serve the community with exceptional music. Since its creation, the orchestra has earned a reputation for being a champion of new American music and an interpreter of the classical canon.
Under direction from Robert Moody, the Memphis Symphony Orchestra – comprised of the Memphis Symphony Orchestra, Memphis Symphony Chorus, and Memphis Symphony League – strives to enrich the lives of Memphis’ diverse community through exceptional music and dynamic programs.
Since 1933, the Humane Society of Memphis and Shelby County has worked to give injured and abused dogs and cats a second chance at life by providing food, veterinary care and a safe place for them to recover.
The Grameen Foundation works to empower the poor, especially women, to create a world without poverty and hunger. Grameen Foundation creates tools and resources to help people help themselves.
In 2011, Claudia Haltom founded A Step Ahead Foundation with the mission to empower women to reach their life goals by eliminating barrios to voluntary, reversible birth control through educational programming, services, and funding.
TAMTAM Africa was founded in 2004 and stands for "Together Against Malaria, Tunapenda Afya na Maisha" (Swahili for "We love health and living"). TAMTAM works to prevent malaria in cost-effective, high-impact, and evidence-based ways by distributing free bed nets. They have distributed tens of thousands of bed nets across Africa.
The leading Jewish organization, the American Jewish World Service works to fight poverty and pursue justice in the developing world. AJWS responds to the most pressing issues of our time – from disasters, genocide, and hunger to the persecution of women and minorities – through philanthropy and advocacy.