Commitment to Giving
We firmly believe that the steps we take at Crosstown Solutions to give back to our community as a team supports our company morale and shows our commitment to giving back. Our continued support in fundraising, hands-on volunteer work and numerous give-back projects helps strengthen our principles of philanthropy. We are proud to support the numerous organizations that work to better communities.
The goal for the YMCA is to nurture the potential of children, bring families together, and is committed to strengthening community. A YMCA membership gives you more than just a place to work out, it gives you a community. Our team came together and donated Met’s tickets to the YMCA and this allowed families to go to a baseball game together.
The team looks forward to our annual Kick Cancer Kickball Tournament each year. It is a chance to turn friendly competition into a good cause. We raise thousands of dollars each year while increasing awareness of cancer in our communities.
A personal topic for most, cancer touches the lives of not only children, but their families. Select industry leaders were able to meet Tom Coughlin, former coach of the New York Giants. The Jay Fund makes sure that families with children battling cancer do not have to worry about the financial strains during this ordeal. It is an honor to participate in fundraising events that serve the greater purpose of giving back to those struggling.
The Bowery Mission has served homeless, hungry and poor New Yorkers. Meals, shelter, and medical care lead to residential programs that offer men and women the opportunity to transform their lives. It was important for our company to donate clothes to this cause because we are local to this charity.
Our team came together for the children of Nigeria and donated $5,000 worth of Under Armer clothing.
Jarrad, our President, spoke to various schools and organizations including the Career Day for Dream Charter school in South Harlem, the Clarendon School in Brooklyn and the “Young Mens Initiative Elite Dinner” Isaacs Center.