Crown Complex Employees Donates hours 100+ Community Service Hours in 2018
Fayetteville, NC – (December 21, 2018) – The staff at the Crown Complex donated 120 hours of community service to various charities and nonprofits around Cumberland County during the 2018 calendar year.
The staff at the Crown Complex is proudly committed to showing its gratitude to the local community and launched the Crown Around Reaching Everyone (CARE) campaign in March 2018. Once per month, the Crown Complex brings a group to volunteer for several hours with various local charity and non-profit organizations.
The Crown Complex volunteer team proudly volunteered with the following organizations this year:
- Fayetteville Urban Ministry
- Fayetteville Area Habitat for Humanity
- The Sandhills chapter of the American Red Cross
- The Cumberland County Council on Older Adults Meals on Wheels program
- Second Harvest Food Bank of Southeast North Carolina
- The U.S. Army Airborne and Special Operations Museum
- Fayetteville Area Operation Inasmuch
- Fayetteville Animal Protection Society
- Seth’s Wish
“We’re grateful that all those organizations allowed us to be a part of their mission, even if just for a day,” said Jim Grafstrom, General Manager at the Crown Complex. “For us, the benefit is two-fold: we get to show our community our gratitude and it really is a great team-building exercise for the full-time staff who volunteered.”
Grafstrom said the goal is to exceed the donated hours in 2019.
For anyone who is looking for information on how to help the above charities, please contact Lauren McDermott, Marketing Manager, at [email protected].
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