In the Community

Our Philosophy
Social Responsibility Mission

STAG’s commitment to social responsibility extends to all, including employees, customers, communities, investors, suppliers and visitors. Our mission is to extend our financial resources, time and core values/principles to improve communities. We strive to collaborate with local non-profit organizations that provide opportunities to inspire and empower children and young adults. Our employees demonstrate their personal commitment by volunteering time and resources into these organizations that we believe will help children and young adults realize their potential and make an impact to future generations.

Latest Events

July 2017 – Volunteers from STAG worked with City Sprouts at the Winship School in Brighton.  Volunteers helped build and design a garden that will be used as an “outdoor classroom” with focus on hands on connection to the food cycle, sustainable agriculture and natural environment.

It felt very rewarding to see our hard work pay off in a beautiful garden that kids can enjoy and learn from this fall! Becca, 2017 STAG Intern

June 2017 – STAG helped to prepare and served lunch to over 150 women and children at Rosie’s Place, a homeless shelter located in Boston, MA.

June 1st, 2017 – volunteers from STAG helped to sort over 2,200 items of clothing for Room to Grow, at their Back Bay headquarters.

STAG’s participation has directly impacted the success of the organization and we look forward to continuing our partnership in order to truly help vulnerable babies thrive.” – Patricia, Inventory and Volunteer Coordinator, Room to Grow.

May 31st, 2017 – STAG employees volunteered at and attended The Home for Little Wanderers, Voices and Vision Gala: ‘If Tomorrow Could Talk’.  Ben Butcher, CEO, had the distinguished honor of Co-chairing the event this year.  It was a fun-filled event with art work and exhibits made by the children and young adults from ‘The Home’.

August 2016 – STAG employees volunteer a full day of time to build a playground in Roslindale, MA for the Home for Little Wanderers.

July 2016 – Employees volunteer with CitySprouts to build school garden in collaboration with public school communities.  CitySprouts gardens are used to inspire teachers, students and families with a deep, hands-on connection to the food cycle, sustainable agriculture and the natural environment.

May 2016 – Employees volunteer with Room to Grow to process and sort donations.  The employees made 590 pieces of clothing, 10 toys, 62 books, and 60 bedding items available to families.