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Making a difference

We care deeply about our community and recognize that there are challenges for many of our fellow year-round community members related to housing, childcare, employment, and more. In an effort to give back, our firm established the PSD Fund for Working Families in 2010. This fund provides assistance through local organizations to families and individuals facing challenges living and working on Cape Cod. A portion of PSD’s profits are donated to the fund annually, and generous contributions are provided by our clients, partners, and friends.

PSD team members packing donated backpacks and supplies for the Homeless Prevention Council’s “Backpack to School” program.

Since its inception, the fund has distributed over $500,000 to support our Cape community.

In recent years, the fund has supported WE CAN, Community Development Partnership, Family Pantry of Cape Cod, Harwich Early Childhood Advisory Council, Harwich Ecumenical Council for Housing Children’s Center, Monomoy Community Services, Lower Cape Outreach Council, Cape Cod Community College Financial Need Scholarship Program, Monomoy Regional High School Financial Need Scholarship Program, and Nauset Public Schools Senior Class.

If you would like to join us in providing needed assistance on Cape Cod, please use the donate button below. You will be redirected to our page at The Cape Cod Foundation, where our fund is held. Your entire contribution goes towards the fund and its mission. All donations are tax deductible.

PSD is also committed to volunteering in our community. Pictured is PSD team members packing donated backpacks and supplies for the Homeless Prevention Council’s “Backpack to School” program.

The PSD commitment to community engagement and philanthropy positively and directly impacts the lives of the most vulnerable members of our Cape community. At WE CAN, we are grateful to PSD and the PSD Fund for Working Families for supporting our efforts to help women develop skills, build support systems, and be empowered to thrive.
Lisa Guyon Executive Director, WE CAN