Clarus Cares.

We Love Giving Back.

At Clarus Commerce, we believe that companies, like individuals, can and should be measured by the commitments and contributions they make to the communities around them. That’s why we created Clarus Cares: To provide opportunities for our employees to lend a collective hand to people, causes, and organizations in the cities and towns around us.

Whether it’s providing our time and skills to help organize a walk in support of the Connecticut chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society … gathering pledges and straining leg muscles in a stair climb to raise funds for the American Lung Association … or collecting and donating toiletries to The House of Bread, a housing charity in the Greater Hartford area … Clarus Cares is our way to give something back to the people and charities near and dear to us.

Clarus Volunteers for the
Meriden Salvation Army.

  1. Blog

    February 28, 2018

    Clarus Cares: Nutrition Backpacks for Hands On Hartford

    For the month of February, we partnered with Hands on Hartford to support their Nutrition Backpack program. This program serves as an extension to provide weekend meals to 230 children. We filled backpacks with kid-friendly foods that will be distributed weekly to elementary school students in the greater Hartford region. Clarus participated in this program in 2016 and…

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    September 8, 2017

    Clarus Cares: A Day Of Teaching (And Learning) At Camp Hemlocks MDA Week

    This August, the Clarus team spent a day working with kids at Camp Hemlocks, an accessible camp for youth and adults with 43 distinct types of physical, sensory, intellectual and developmental disabilities in Hebron, CT. Campers spend six nights participating in fun activities like campfires and friendship bracelets, but the benefits of this summer camp go…

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    June 29, 2017

    Clarus Cares: Spring Cleaning At The Meriden Salvation Army

    What do weed whackers and mobile devices have in common? At Clarus, they’re tools that we use to do our jobs. That might sound strange, but not all our work happens in the office.

Any suggestions for additional ways we can contribute to the local community?