Community Enrichment Guild

At Marlin, we want to be viewed as a valued corporate citizen and neighbor. One way we accomplish this is by investing time and resources into the communities we serve. These contributions encompass more than monetary funding: they include the talent, energy and time of our valued employees – those individuals who make Marlin a success.

Our Community Enrichment Guild’s mission is to strengthen our communities and enrich the lives of our citizens, with an emphasis on our youth, by providing assistance with their emotional, physical, economic and medical needs.

TOYS FOR TOTS®

Marlin is proud to be a participant in the TOYS FOR TOTS® program, a charitable foundation supported by the United States Marine Corps since 1997.

SUSAN G. KOMEN
FOR THE CURE

Marlin has joined millions of people in more than 300 communities nationwide to take the step to fight Breast Cancer. Our employees have participated in events that will help bring a lifetime of change for people facing breast cancer and their families.

ALEX’S
LEMONADE

Marlin has held several lemonade stand events, for its employees, over the past 18 years to raise money to help find a cure for all children with cancer in partnership with ALSF.

KEVIN
FROM HEAVEN

Marlin has donated and volunteered at events for Kevin from Heaven for the past 10 years. The Foundation’s mission is to honor Kevin and his parent’s wishes by providing assistance to those who are facing life altering events and who require assistance in overcoming the tremendous challenges that they face.

RONALD MCDONALD
HOUSE

Over the past 18 years Marlin employees have volunteered to cook meals at local RMHC locations. RMHC helps sick children fight their illness and helps raise money to alleviate the finnancial strain from hospitalization.

MARCH
OF DIMES

Team Marlin has made strides over the years for the March of Dimes foundation. Every year, a team of Marlin employees have walked and raised funds to help improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality.