A commitment to improving the lives of workers and the communities in which we do business.
We believe that actively engaged employees, customers and communities can address critical, social issues across the globe. Our community involvement efforts leverage our human and financial resources to drive change – to make our communities stronger, more vibrant places in which to live, work, and do business.
Our commitment to developing policies that integrate responsible practices into daily business operations, we hope to increase our nonprofit partners’ community impact while building a culture of service and community leadership among our employees.
We support and foster innovative programs and strategic partnerships that help people express their ideas and positively impact their local communities. We primarily invest in the following organizations;
LOT318 stands for “Loving Others in Truth” from the verse 1 John 3:18. We exist to minister to at risk youth and their community by empowering them to see their worth and purpose in this world. We accomplish this by holding various events and service opportunities, to open their eyes to the world around us. We challenge them to serve others in the community and make a difference among their peers. We believe in education, and teaching them to value themselves and the resources they have available to them. Our goal is to give them opportunities they may never have had, to become a positive influence and force in our world, and to love them in truth.
Todd Anglin Home For Children is a non-profit organization dedicated to care for poverty-stricken, homeless, abandoned, abused, and at-risk children. Our mission is to provide them with a loving home in a nurturing environment, to meet their daily needs, and to improve the quality of their lives. Todd’s Home will provide each child with the resources and opportunities to become valuable members of society and provide them with the likelihood of a better and brighter future.
Our mission is to provide compassionate and uplifting transitional care for women in crisis and hungry children in Orange County. Our vision is to provide a safety net for uniquely challenged and under-served women and children through love, hope, and spiritual healing.
Je’net Kreitner founded Grandma’s House of Hope in an effort to give back to a community that helped her rebuild her life after she experienced an episode of homelessness in 1991. She now considers her trials a training ground that prepared her to carry forward the blessings of a loving God.