American Cancer Society, Relay for Life
As an eight year participant, Blytheco has provided several Teams that walk continuously through the night to raise money and awareness for the American Cancer Society. Approximately $79,000 was raised since Blytheco has been supporting this organization.
Stephen P. Blythe was Nominated for the California Society of CPAs' 2010 Public Service Award having met the following criteria for consideration:
- Stephen has had a long-term significant effect on the community with charitable involvement and volunteerism;
- He has been responsible for a public service project that has a positive, significant impact on the community;
- Stephen served in an outstanding manner as an appointed or selected official at the local, state or national level.
Spirit of Volunteerism Awards Sponsor 2010
Blytheco participated as a sponsor for the Volunteer Center of Orange County’s signature event and the 34th Annual Spirit of Volunteerism Awards Luncheon. Recognizing that volunteers make a significant difference in our communities – improving the lives of our children, families, seniors, and neighborhoods – Blytheco was particularly proud and honored to sponsor this event. Stephen Blythe was nominated by LIGA International as a distinguished volunteer and Sally Brown was nominated by the American Cancer Society. The luncheon acknowledged volunteers for their continued commitment and involvement with in the issues and causes that mean the most to them
Air Life Line, Angel Flight West, and LIGA International
Blytheco, specifically Stephen P. Blythe, CPA, CEO and Pilot Stephen Blythe, supports the following organizations that provide free air transportation to and from treatment facilities for people with medical problems who are financially distressed or unable to travel on public transportation. Additionally, they help to transport patients needing surgery or medical care at a facility far from their home, and organ transplant missions which are time-critical.
Since 1934, LIGA International, a philanthropic volunteer organization, has been providing medical, dental and eye care to impoverished people in rural Mexico. LIGA, meaning league in Spanish reaches out to help the child with the cleft plate, the woman blind from cataracts, the young man missing a leg, the old woman with varicose ulcers. The lame, the halt, the kids with surgically correctable deformities... The poor and undernourished baby, the young girl with broken, decayed and aching teeth... all those who hurt, and cannot get help elsewhere