It is our founder’s belief that ENALAS should serve its customers, vendors, employees, and global community. We are a double bottom line company; this means that a percentage of all profits get donated to charities of employees choosing. We manage those societal obligations of the company though the Social Responsibility Committee (SRC).
The SRC is a committee comprised of employees from every level that advises leadership on everything from employee recognition to guiding what profits go to what charities. It is a modern way of internal governance to make sure that ENALAS is serving the community to its fullest capability while remaining fiscally responsible.
- St. Michaels Woodshop - 2 ENALAS board members
- Buffalo Museum of Science - 1 ENALAS board member
- Villa of Hope - 1 ENALAS board member
- Action for a Better Community - 1 ENALAS board advisor
- Special Touch Bakery - 1 ENALAS board member
- NAMI Rochester
- Lounsbury Adaptive Ski Program
- SBC Cares of Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce
- Victor-Farmington Food Cupboard
- The Summit Center
- Holy Childhood
- Thornell Road Elementary
- University Settlement
- Lollypop Farm
- Rochester Center For Teen Empowerment
- FLCC Yea Program - Competition Judge from ENALAS
- Rochester City School District
- Pittsford Central School District
- Joesph’s Place Food Bank
- Gigi’s Playhouse
- Rochester Memorial Library
- St Jude's Research
- Boy Scouts of America
- Pittsford Panthers Baseball
- Girl Scouts
Our founder's sister, Elizabeth (who named the Company ENALAS), is a professional Guidance Counselor. When the pandemic hit in 2020, Elizabeth had a lot of former students, kids of employees, and children in the community asking for assistance in several different ways. As Elizabeth developed tools to assist those children in need, we included them on the website permanently too. Her tools were so effective in helping so many people, that it is our hope you find some use in them as well.
Mental Health Resources
For a full list of resources, please visit NAMI Rochester.
24/7 Crisis Support
24/7 support by trained counselors. Immediate response and plans for next steps. Assistance with other resources (housing, food, etc). Go to 211lifeline.org or Dial 211
Behavioral Health Access and Crisis Center
Urgent care for mental health and substance use disorder needs. Walk-ins welcome, no appointment needed. An alternative to the emergency department for adults aged 18 and over. Go to rochesterregional.org/bhaccor dial 585-368-395
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (9-8-8 Suicide & Crisis)
Confidential support for people in distress. Prevention and crisis resources. Best practices for professionals Go to suicidepreventionlifeline.org or call/text/chat 9-8-
Partners for Suicide Prevention is a coalition dedicated to helping those affected by suicide.
Go to suicidepreventioncoalition.org
New York State
A comprehensive set of tools, information, and resources to support suicide prevention in NY State.
Go to preventsuicideny.org
Empowering individuals with mental health and substance use disorders to recover and to live healthy, fulfilling lives in their community. Go to easthouse.org
Willow Domestic Violence Center
For all survivors. All genders. All ages. All types of abuse. All free and confidential.
24/7 Hotline: (585) 222-SAFE (7233)or Text (585) 348-SAFE or willowcenterny.org
Center for Disability Rights
Community-based advocacy and service organization for people with all types of disabilities.
Go to drnys.org or call 585-546-7510
A compassionate team of medical and social service professionals, in a healing and affirming environment where you will feel supported, cared for, cared about.
Go to trilliumhealth.org or call 585.545.7200
Veterans Outreach Center
Provides free programs + support for veterans.
Go to veteransoutreachcenter.org or 585-546-1081