•   4002 Main St, Erie, PA 16511
  •   166 Lake St, Hamburg, NY 14075

4002 Main St, Erie, PA 16511

166 Lake St, Hamburg, NY 14075

4002 You Giving Recap

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Donations Made by 4002 & You

4002 & You is made up of a group of companies: Gutter Solutions of Lake Erie, Bauer Specialty, BPM Housing, Bauer Specialty Commercial Services, and BNB Financial Services which share a connection to office operations at 4002 Main Street in Lawrence Park, Pennsylvania.

Our Mission Statement:
The mission of 4002 & You is to support the charities and the kids’ clubs, kids’ groups, and kids’ programs near and dear to 4002 & You Team Members while also bringing awareness and educating those in our local and social media communities.
 

Monthly 4002 & You makes a donation to a charity and a kids’ clubs, kids’ groups, or kids’ program that is suggested by the employees of the companies. The story is shared on social media to help raise awareness for their cause. We hope you enjoy learning about these highlights and are encouraged to go make a difference for something that is important to you.

When you are a customer of any of our companies, you are helping us to give back and support our community. THANK YOU!

2022 Recap

4002 & You – 2022 List

Cadden Classic Scholarship

Covid-19 has had a tremendous impact on all of us.  Our businesses, schools, playgrounds, and communities have all been hit hard and our lives drastically changed.  Unfortunately, for the Cadden family, it has been all too personal. Spencer Cadden’s grandfather passed in June, his wife passed in April of 2021 and his mother passed away from the disease on December 18, 2020.  It has been a year of tragedy and great personal loss for the Cadden family. 

Because the Cadden family is so deeply intrenched in this community, they decided to start a scholarship foundation that will support a graduating Iroquois senior. To fund this scholarship program, we have partnered with the Iroquois Foundation, a 501(c)3 nonprofit, and created the Cadden Classic Memorial Golf Tournament.

Watch the interview here.

Take Down Cystic Fibrosis

Take Down CF came at the suggestion of Brian Zeiser of Bauer Specialty Commercial Services who has a connection to the event as his boys wrestle in the General McLane school district under the guidance of high school head coach Ryan Cook. Ryan’s daughter Charlee suffers from this progressive genetic disease which causes damage to the lungs, digestive system and other organs. Cystic Fibrosis is a rough disease which affects secretory glands causing mucus to become thick and sticky. It builds up in your lungs and blocks your airways and makes it easy for bacteria to grow leading to serious lung infections that can cause severe damage to the organs. There have been great strides in research, visit https://www.cff.org/ to learn more about treatment breakthroughs. Coach Cook shared that this match started out as a means to raise awareness and provide the team with a lesson about kindness and generosity. We are glad to have been able to contribute to the cause of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

Watch the interview here.

General McLane Wresling

Amy's Ride

Employee Kate Lingenfelter recommended Karen Triana, who is battling cancer, for the 4002 & You donation.

HCHS Baseball

Hope On Horseback

This month, 4002 & You is donating to Hope On Horseback!
Working in partnership with the community, Hope on Horseback enriches the total well-being of eligible individuals by providing an engaged connection to horses through supervised equine-assisted programs.
4002 & You is partnering with Hope On Horseback to support their mission to create a friendly environment for learning and improving the physical, emotional and social well being of their clients.
To learn more and for info visit hopehorseback.org.
 
Watch the interview here.

HC Little League

Orphan Angels Cat Sanctuary

For the month of May, 4002 & You donated to Orphan Angels Cat Sanctuary and Adoption Center!
Orphan Angels is a 501(c)(3) non-profit cat-only shelter located here in Erie, Pennsylvania. They believe that every cat is adoptable; some just require a little more time, patience, and understanding than others to find the perfect match.
4002 & You is partnering with Orphan Angels to support their ultimate goal, which is to place their cats in a loving forever home and serve as the voice for the voiceless while providing quality veterinary care.
 
Watch the interview here.

Asbury Woods Environmental Program

Bauer Specialty is proud to sponsor Asbury Woods this month through our 4002 & You initiative! The mission of Asbury Woods is to inspire a greater connection to the natural world by protecting, managing, and interpreting our property, providing outdoor recreational opportunities, and offering environmental education experiences. Asbury Woods achieves this mission through a diverse array of educational, environmental, and outdoor recreational programming for schools, community groups, families, and individuals of all ages. In addition, we manage and maintain 216 acres of preserved property, including native species, old-growth forests, landscaped gardens, wetlands, boardwalk trails, and dirt trails. To learn more about Asbury Woods visit: https://www.asburywoods.org/ 

Paws Along the River

or the month of June, 4002 & You donated to Paws Along The River!
Paws Along The River Humane Society is a non-profit 501 (c)3 organization specializing in matching pets to situations and people. This matching process helps ensure permanent and successful adoptions. They take time with you and your family to assist in selecting a new family member. They get to know their pets and can give you valuable information in helping you to make a decision.
Paws Along The River receives a small percentage of funding from the City, Townships, and Boroughs within Warren County, but their main source of income comes from adoptions, donations*, fundraisers, and thrift shop sales! Also, grants, bequests, and legacies allow PAWS to provide animal services to the community.
To learn more and for info visit pawsalongtheriver.org.
 
Watch the interview here.

OLP Boy Scout Troop 59

Recommended by an employee, Alyson Dana, who is one of the Troop leaders and committee members for OLP Boy Scout Troop 59. Donations were made to the troop to help them attend the National Jamboree in West Virginia.

Because You Care

For the month of July, 4002 & You donated to Because You Care!
 
Because You Care, Inc. (BYC) is dedicated to the rescue, treatment, and placement of stray and abandoned pets. Rather than housing pets in cages, BYC pets live with families in volunteer foster homes. Once they are ready for adoption, some of these pets are moved to the adoption center in McKean where the public can visit them. Using this model, the personality, habits, and health of pets are well known, enhancing the ability of BYC to place them in adoptive homes that are a “good match”.
 
Watch the interview here.

Erie Lake Affect Youth Track and Field

Recommended by Product Specialist, Chris King, who’s son is involved in the program.

PACAPALOOZA

For the month of August, 4002 & You donated to PACA!

PACA (Performing Artists Collective Alliance) began in 2010 as an independent, progressively-minded theater and performing arts center. Housed in a downtown historic landmark building built in 1899, PACA seeks to help revitalize the downtown area and promote a sustainable artistic and cultural community.
We had the pleasure of speaking with Char Newport, PACA’S Office Coordinator, to learn more about PACA’s upcoming weekend-long event, PACAPALOOZA!
 
Watch the interview here.

HC Little Gridders

Tamarack Wildlife Center

For the month of September, 4002 & You donated to the Tamarack Wildlife Center!
Tamarack’s twin missions are to rehabilitate injured, sick, and orphaned wildlife in order to return them to the wild and to provide education for all ages promoting appreciation and understanding of wildlife.
Check out their website at tamarackwildlife.org for more info and to see how you can help!
 
Watch the interview here.

Achievement Center at LECOM Health

For the month of September, 4002&You donated to the Achievement Center of LECOM Health. We had the opportunity to speak with Project Director, Nicole Wells, and Dr. Meghan Kinter about the life changing services offered by the Achievement Center and the story of Madeline Grace Corbin. If you or a loved one is suffering from mental illness, please see the following resources.
National Suicide Prevention Hotline
Available 24/7/365
Call or text 988
Crisis Services of UPMC Western Behavioral Health at Safe Harbor
Walk-in or phone in
Crisis mobile support / assessments
(814) 456-2014
 
Watch the interview here.

Linked By Pink

Inner City Neighborhood Art House

2021 Recap

4002 & You – 2021 List

St. Patrick's Haven

St. Patrick’s Haven has provided for the needs of homeless men in the City of Erie since it was founded in 1984 as an outreach of Saint Patrick Parish. In the mid-1990s, it became a sponsored ministry of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Northwestern Pennsylvania.

Saint Patrick’s Haven works closely with the police and social services.

Take Down Cystic Fibrosis

Take Down CF came at the suggestion of Brian Zeiser of Bauer Specialty Commercial Services who has a connection to the event as his boys wrestle in the General McLane school district under the guidance of high school head coach Ryan Cook. Ryan’s daughter Charlee suffers from this progressive genetic disease which causes damage to the lungs, digestive system and other organs. Cystic Fibrosis is a rough disease which affects secretory glands causing mucus to become thick and sticky. It builds up in your lungs and blocks your airways and makes it easy for bacteria to grow leading to serious lung infections that can cause severe damage to the organs. There have been great strides in research, visit https://www.cff.org/ to learn more about treatment breakthroughs. Coach Cook shared that this match started out as a means to raise awareness and provide the team with a lesson about kindness and generosity. We are glad to have been able to contribute to the cause of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

Emmaus Ministries Soup Kitchen

Emmaus Soup Kitchen serves approximately 200 meals each day to all who come.

Emmaus Food Pantry distributes emergency food to approximately 600 families each week.

Sister Gus’ Kids Cafe provides an after-school program including a nourishing meal, homework assistance and supervised gym activities to approximately 60 children ages 6-17.

Emmaus Grove is a community garden that provides over 2,000 pounds of organic produce annually to the Emmaus Soup Kitchen and Food Pantry.

Inner-City Neighborhood Art House

The mission of the Benedictine Sisters of Erie Inner-City Neighborhood Art House is to enable youth to experience beauty, grow in positive self-expression and self-discipline, and develop into full and productive human beings.

Our West Bayfront

The mission of Our West Bayfront is to enhance the quality of life in the West Bayfront neighborhoods by promoting civic involvement, thoughtful development, historical preservation, and neighborhood pride. Our West Bayfront strives to make a positive impact in the West Bayfront neighborhoods through a variety of services, programs, and events. These include the transformation of parks such as Bayview Park, the creation of pocket parks, and programs for local homeowners hoping to make improvements.

Autism Society

Autism Society promotes the active and informed involvement of family members and the individuals with autism in the planning of individualized, appropriate services and supports.

Meals On Wheels

Meals on Wheels Erie promotes healthy, independent living through home delivery of nutrition services. In addition to the 4002 & You donation, Bauer Specialty participates in the annual Take a Swing Against Hunger golf scramble benefitting Meals On Wheels Erie.

Boy Scouts of America

The mission of the Boy Scouts of America is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Scout Law.

Grace House

Grace House provides a secure and safe location for women who are suffering from domestic violence, addiction and homelessness.

Grace House offers a long-term, therapeutic transitional living facility for single women, without children, committed to life transformation. Grace House participants work the program from 12 to 18 months.

Relay for Life

Each year, more than 4 million people in over 20 countries raise much-needed funds and awareness to save lives from cancer through the Relay For Life movement. During a Relay event, participants and survivors celebrate what they’ve overcome. We remember people lost to the disease, and honor people who have fought or are fighting cancer. The event inspires Relay participants to take action against a disease that has taken too much.

Ragin Raisins Wresling Club

Tamarack Wildlife Center

Tamarack specializes in the rescue, treatment, and release of injured, orphaned, and sick wildlife.

HCXC

Linked By Pink

Linked By Pink is a local 501(c)(3) non-profit organization consisting of Erie area survivors diagnosed with breast cancer before the age of 45. 

Linked By Pink provides emotional and financial support for young women diagnosed with breast cancer.

YMCA Youth Membership

The YMCA aims to strengthen community through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility.

Sacred Heart Food Pantry

The Sacred Heart Food Pantry serves the community all year round with a large helping from the Second Harvest Food Bank of NW PA.

2020 Recap

4002 & You – 2020 List

North East Women's Club

Community Women’s Club of North East does service projects in and around North East, Pennsylvania such as diaper bags to WIC mothers, highway clean-up, Easter Basket delivery to elderly, clothes for kids in the nurses office and Creekside Park clean-up.

Project Love

Founded in 1989, Project Love, Inc. is a local non-profit organization that, with the help of the community, provides Christmas gifts and support to children & families in need who live in the North East Borough & Township.

AJO Forever Foundation

A non-profit in memory of Alyssa J. O’Neill. The AJO Forever Foundation strives to raise epilepsy awareness & provides support service and seizure monitors.

Take Down Cystic Fibrosis

Take Down CF came at the suggestion of Brian Zeiser of Bauer Specialty Commercial Services who has a connection to the event as his boys wrestle in the General McLane school district under the guidance of high school head coach Ryan Cook. Ryan’s daughter Charlee suffers from this progressive genetic disease which causes damage to the lungs, digestive system and other organs. Cystic Fibrosis is a rough disease which affects secretory glands causing mucus to become thick and sticky. It builds up in your lungs and blocks your airways and makes it easy for bacteria to grow leading to serious lung infections that can cause severe damage to the organs. There have been great strides in research, visit https://www.cff.org/ to learn more about treatment breakthroughs. Coach Cook shared that this match started out as a means to raise awareness and provide the team with a lesson about kindness and generosity. We are glad to have been able to contribute to the cause of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

Give Kids The World

Rated Four Stars by Charity Navigator, Give Kids The World Village is an 89-acre, whimsical nonprofit resort in Kissimmee, Florida, that provides week-long, cost-free wish vacations to critically ill children and their families from around the world who want to visit Central Florida.

A stay at the Village is much more than a vacation. During one incredible week, wish families laugh, play, and create priceless memories together away from hospital visits and medical procedures. It’s a magical week of “YES” where wish kids can experience the simple joys of childhood, and where families can recapture some of the precious moments that may have been missed due to illness.

McLane Thunder Boys Baseball

Mercy Center For Women

The Mercy Center For Women provides safe and supportive transitional housing, education and counseling for homeless women with or without children. The center also provides connections with social service agencies and volunteers to form a network of ongoing support, mentoring and education to our residents and women in the community.

 

Literacy Program Incentive

The Perry Elementary Summer Literacy Program works to build reading interest and skill for k-3 students. It exposes students to positive reading experiences and helps them grow their interest in reading. Each student receives a kit containing all the materials needed to learn at home throughout the summer.

Erie Zoo

The Erie Zoo has been an integral part of the community since its founding in 1924, becoming one of the region’s most treasured destinations. As technology and other distractions increasingly keep people from experiencing nature, the 15-acre Zoo has become an even more important means to rekindle a love and respect for wildlife and inspire partnership in protecting our natural world.

Bair Foundation

The Bair Foundation provides Christ-centered quality care and services dedicated to the treatment, restoration and empowerment of children, youth and families.

The first goal is to prevent out-of-home placements through intervention and by focusing on the strengths of the biological family. When safety is an issue and children must be removed from their home, The Bair Foundation provides intervention and influence that promotes health and well-being in the least restrictive environment while moving toward permanency.

Children are placed with foster parents based on referrals from the counties who have a contract with The Bair Foundation.

Linked By Pink

Linked By Pink is a local 501(c)(3) non-profit organization consisting of Erie area survivors diagnosed with breast cancer before the age of 45. 

Linked By Pink provides emotional and financial support for young women diagnosed with breast cancer.

Harborcreek Music Boosters

DefIANt Scholars Program

The DefIANt Scholars Program is initiated by Ian Malesiewski. Ian is a North East native and athlete who sustained a spinal cord injury in 2016 and is now a quadriplegic. Matt Bauer interviewed Ian to learn how he not only fought to survive the injury but now thrive. That same defiant spirit and work ethic that defined him as an elite football player and wrestler transitioned him from a hospital bed to graduating from Cathedral Prep in the top of his class and going on to the University of Miami, with his sites set on law school and a career advocating for disability rights. You’ll also learn what #BeADog is all about.

Foster Erie

Foster Erie is a non-profit organization that desires to bring foster care awareness to the Erie community. On any given day in Erie County, there are approximately 400 children in out-of-home care. These children have been removed from their homes for their own safety for multiple reasons, all of which are hard and traumatic for the children. Foster Erie works with the children, foster families, and the Erie community to provide opportunities of support and encouragement. Foster Erie believes that, by connecting the community to foster care, it will not only inspire new foster families but also retain current ones.

2019 Recap

4002 & You – 2019 List

Shelter Meal

A group went to the overflow shelter with a meal and hearts to serve those spending the night there. The overflow shelter is a place where various churches in the downtown area provide for anyone who needs a meal and somewhere to sleep for the night and cannot get into a regular shelter. This service is provided during the winter months. They ask groups to come in and provide a meal. It was an honor to be able to help.

Cystic Fibrosis – Take Down CF


Take Down CF came at the suggestion of Brian Zeiser of Bauer Specialty Commercial Services who has a connection to the event as his boys wrestle in the General McLane school district under the guidance of high school head coach Ryan Cook. Ryan’s daughter Charlee suffers from this progressive genetic disease which causes damage to the lungs, digestive system and other organs. Cystic Fibrosis is a rough disease which affects secretory glands causing mucus to become thick and sticky. It builds up in your lungs and blocks your airways and makes it easy for bacteria to grow leading to serious lung infections that can cause severe damage to the organs. There have been great strides in research, visit https://www.cff.org/ to learn more about treatment breakthroughs. Coach Cook shared that this match started out as a means to raise awareness and provide the team with a lesson about kindness and generosity. We are glad to have been able to contribute to the cause of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.  View the video recap with Brian here.

Vietnam Veterans Memorial

Dave Gehrlein of BPM Housing brought the Erie County Vietnam Veterans Memorial forth because of his father, Gregory, who served in Vietnam and also contributed to the construction of the Memorial on the hill west of Veterans Stadium on State Street.

Ken Kensill chairman of Chapter 435 Vietnam Veterans of America who initiated the Memorial said, “Thank God we got it up before we all passed away. We are all getting older. There are a lot of us who are not healed yet from Vietnam. We hope this wall will bring healing. It is a place of peace for people to go.” Chapter 435 does many things in the continued support of all veterans to get the help they need upon returning to civilian life.

We’re thankful to all our veterans and glad to have been able to contribute to the maintenance and upkeep of this memorial.

Girl Scouts


his 4002 & You Kids donation is from Alyson Dana of BNB Financial who was co-leader for her daughter’s second grade Girl Scout Troop. Here’s her story about their Troop and what the donation means to them.

This is most of our girls’ second year as a Girl Scout. We have been blessed with an amazing group of girls. Most of the money we raise is from Girl Scout cookie season sales. We have used the money to go on camping trips and an amazing overnight adventure to The Niagara Falls Aquarium. Some of the money is given back to our community. At Christmas, the girls put together care packages and made cards for our local Mercy Center for Women. Some of the girls got to personally give the gifts to women and children who reside there. It was an amazing experience to share with them. Our troop also donated time to our local food bank. We try to keep the girls involved in as much as we can!

Each year selling the Girl Scout Cookies there’s an option to pick who donated cookies go to. This is the first time we had our girls involved in a vote. They chose the Shriners Hospital for Children. I heard many of them talking and it sounded like the decision was because they wanted the cookies to go to kids like them. I’m very proud of our girls and pleased to be a part of this great organization.

Please encourage kids around you to get involved with activities that keep them learning, active and exposed to new things!

Relay for Life

Watch the interview recap with Matt Bauer and Nathan Maietta here. Have you ever participated in a Relay for Life? They’re fun, tiring and emotional. Nathan has been involved with the Relay for Life for six years. The Relays are a 12-hour event where teams have someone walking around a track with other activities going on. The event culminates with a candle lighted memorial in honor of those battling cancer presently and those who have passed from it. The proceeds go to the American Cancer Society to continue the fight against this awful disease. Nathan picked the Relay for Life because he’s had close friends who have battled cancer so it was a personal connection that he’s continued to support while attending Gannon University.

Harbor Creek Little League

Cowabunga Day

Cowabunga Day Run/Benefit is in memory of Jax Stone. This event honors the memory of a brave child who lost his battle with DIPG (brainstem glioma) on July 27, 2014 at the age of nine.

Jax was diagnosed with DIPG on September 12, 2013. He loved the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and that’s how Missy Rininger from Bauer Specialty and Gutter Solutions of Lake Erie came up with the name Cowagunga Day. Missy has continued to hold the benefit in Jax’s memory and to support three charities who helped Jax and his family, the Children’s Hospital of UPMC, Make-A-Wish and Give Kids The World Village.

DIPG is an especially devastating form of brain tumor because there is no effective treatment and no chance of survival. The median survival time is 9 months from diagnosis. Jax made it to 10.5 months.

Grady’s Decision

Grady’s Decision is an amazing non-profit organization that assists families emotionally, spiritually, and financially who are experiencing premature births and those who have children with special needs.

Erie Special Olympics

4002 & You proudly partners with organizations to donate and spread awareness. This month we worked with Ami Iaquinta from the Erie Special Olympics! Thank you for taking the time to visit the office and chat with Matthew Bauer.

Ronald McDonald House Charities

Alan Mosko shared his connection with Ronald McDonald House Charities and how RMHC helped his family when they needed to travel and stay overnight in Pittsburgh.
Did you know that Ronald McDonald House Charities provides 7,200 bedrooms to families and children in need every single night worldwide? That’s a huge help for families facing really tough times when a child is battling an illness. RMHC’s mission is to create, find, and support programs that directly improve the health and well-being of children. If you are feeling inspired to give you can find a donation box in McDonald’s anywhere in the world.

McDowell Hockey Club

Harbor Creek Junior High Track Club

Emma’s Footprints

4002 & You donated to Emma’s Footprints. Since 2013, Emma’s has been walking with pregnancy and infant loss families in their grief journeys, providing care and support as they travel down this difficult and often lonely path. Emma’s ensures that no family has to walk alone. Stacy Fraschetti of BNB Financials was blessed by Emma’s and is a vocal supporter of the great work they do. Read more of her personal story here https://bauerspecialty.com/september-awareness-campaign-emmas-footprints/

And for the interview with Tracy Dailey, Stacy Fraschetti and Matt Bauer about Emma’s Footprints click here to learn about what Emma’s does for these families to build trust.

Foster Erie

4002 & You’s Kids Donation went to Foster Erie to help with their bag drive for kids entering the foster care system. Did you ever have to leave home in a hurry and didn’t get to take a thing with you? Foster kids experience that under tough circumstances and foster families are there to help fill in the gap of care. Watch here to learn so much about foster care as Jessica Peterson and Alyssa Fox speak with Matt Bauer.

Strings for a CURE

For Breast Cancer Awareness Month 4002 & You donated to StringsforaCURE. Elisa Guida shares how making jewelry from musician’s strings began funding for the charity. It’s amazing how far they have come and how many they help. Get a glimpse into what the brave women who battle breast cancer go through and how we can support one another. Part 1 here and the conclusion to the conversation here.

Erie Lake Effect Track Club

Erie Lake Effect was the recipient organization of a donation to help them turn Youth Athletes into College Students. Matt Bauer has a conversation with Coach Monty Davis about Erie Lake Effect Track Club and speed training. It was great to contribute to their mission.

Safe Harbor Behavioral Health

Matt Bauer speaks with Dr. Mandy Fauble, Executive Director, and Vicki Church, certified recovery specialist, from Safe Harbor Behavioral Health about the Vigil of Hope and services to help those dealing with substance use. Finding support and opening communication is key to reaching more people who are struggling with substance use. Watch here.

Gift Cards to Families

Gift cards were given to families to help them during the holidays and help make things better during a time that can be tough for some.
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