M id A tlantic Real Estate Journal — March 19 - April 15, 2021 — The Best of 2020 — 37C
The BEST GIVING BACK of 2020
This year, in support of the countless healthcare heroes in our region Colliers staff came to - gether to purchase, pack and deliver over 500
IMC Construc - tion’s mission statement is to
Caring is a deeply-rooted trait within Morgan Proper - ties’ culture, and the com - pany is passionate about
provide charitable giving to help and empower non - profit organizations in our community. IMC employ - ees are active members within the community where we live and work. This is not mandated but comes from the heart of our employees and their personal interests and is ingrained in our company culture. IMC connects with communities through outreach, educa - tion, sponsorship and fundraising efforts locally where our projects are located. Due to COVID-19 this past year, our employees and company might not have been able to donate their time as much as we have in the past, but we still managed to help our community specifically our frontline workers. IMC Construction made various food donations to the surrounding hospitals such as Paoli Hospital, Bryan Mawr Hospital and HUB Penn Presbyterian. IMC Construction held their annual golf tournament this year and raised $223,000 this year for the IMC Charitable Foundation that assists local non- profits within our community.
positively impacting the lives of the many communi - ties in which it serves. Morgan Properties established its corporate Caring, Sharing, Giving charitable initia - tive -- which aims to increase awareness and support for exemplary organizations and causes -- as a way to give back to the members of its communities by provid - ing exceptional support through partnerships with both local and nationally-known organizations. Morgan Properties’ primary audience for the Caring, Sharing, Giving initiative is its valued residents, who come from all walks of life. When a resident moves into a Morgan Properties community, they instantly be - come part of the Morgan Properties “family.” Caring, Sharing, Giving embodies its “Experience More with Morgan” mantra which reflects top-level service, value, amenities, and most importantly, provides residents with a strong sense of community. In May 2020, Morgan Properties launched Morgan Cares, a program created to support local hospitals and food banks as they combat the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States. Throughout the 15 states where Morgan Properties’ operates, the company donated a percentage of each resident’s May and June rent to their choice of a local hospital or food bank. The Mor - gan Cares initiative was established in partnership with Morgan Properties’ valued residents across its entire portfolio of 300 apartment communities and 75,000 units (portfolio at the time of launch). The company and its residents were able to donate $479,000 to those self - lessly serving on the front lines during the pandemic.
boxed lunches to healthcare workers at each of Phila - delphia’s major healthcare systems – the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Jefferson and Temple Hospital. Colliers property managers drove the meals to pass off to hospital staff. This holiday season, Col - liers professionals stepped up more than ever before to fulfill a record breaking 100+ individual gift requests for abused and at-risk children as part of the Children’s Crisis Treatment Center Holiday Toy Drive, an annual Holiday tradition at Colliers.
NAI Summit’s Direc - tor of Marketing, was nominated and signed
up to participate in 2021 Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Man & Woman of the Year campaign, while also Vice Chair of the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber Ambassa - dors Council.
During the height of the COVID-19 pandemic in the
Make a difference. That mantra defines not just the day-to-day work of the
Spring of 2020, ASE leveraged its properties to donate 2,750 stays at its Hampton Inn & Suites hotel to the selfless healthcare workers fighting COVID-19. Addi - tionally, ASE hosted the Bergen County Sheriff’s Of - fice at the parking lot outside its Medical Arts Build - ing in Hackensack as they sanitized personal vehicles of 50+ Hackensack Meridian Health employees. The firm’s philanthropic efforts were further enhanced by the Alfred N. Sanzari Family Foundation’s donation of $20,000 to the Hackensack School District to purchase iPads to help students learn virtually and its donation of $30,000 to various local community organizations on the frontlines of the pandemic.
team at R&J Strategic Communications’ but the firm’s commitment to giving back to the local community. In 2020, R&J Strategic Communications was hon - ored to support local organizations on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic including Jersey Cares, the Community Food Bank of New Jersey, Center for Hope and Safety, Market Street Mission, One Simple Wish, nourish.NJ, Elijah’s Promise and CASA.
Being active in the commu - nity is something Greysteel takes great pride in. We have annual philanthropic events with S.O.M.E., Dreams 4 Kids,
Prism Capital Part - ners in March 2020 delivered a stockpile of critical safety gear
Anne Frank House amongst many others. Addition - ally, we’ve had the pleasure of working with some of these organizations by providing real estate consulting services as well.
– discovered in a former environmental control facility storeroom at its ON3 campus – to Hackensack Merid - ian Health’s Hackensack University Medical Center. The donation included more than 400 DuPont Tyvek Bacteria suits; more than 500 Kimtec bacterial masks; and in excess of 1,000 personal hygiene kits each con - taining four masks, latex gloves, a disposable ther - mometer, hand sanitizer and sterile wipes. ON3 is the former Hoffmann-La Roche North American headquar - ters campus, which housed biologic research facilities among other operations. “When Roche sold us the cam - pus, they left lots of things behind – from artwork, to building materials to biologic research supplies,” noted Prism’s Eugene Diaz, principal partner. “When we real - ized the abundance of the protective gear in our posses - sion, we quickly determined that the best way to make good use of these items was to give them to the medical community at a time when supplies were so desperately needed and in short supply.”
Continuing to cement their decade- long commitment to From Houses to Homes, a Guatemalan-based grass - roots organization providing sustain - able housing and access to health
Donations to Toys for Tots, Spon -
sor to Rutter’s Children’s Charities Golf Outing, Silver Sponsor for Central York High School’s Mini-Thon, Monetary donations to House of Hope, Monetary do - nations to Junior Achievement of South Central PA, Memory contribution to York College of PA, Memory contribution to The Nativity School of Harrisburg, Monetary donation to PSU Thon, Monetary donation to Foundation for Free Enterprise Education, Monetary donation to Member’s 1st Annual Charity Golf Clas - sic, Supporting Sponsor of Junior League of York, Gold Banner Sponsor for Brokers for Kids - Scottsdale 2030 Foundation
care and education, Larken Associates donated $10,000 to provide much-needed financial support amid the CO - VID-19 pandemic. In previous years, Larken sent em - ployees to volunteer in Guatemala constructing homes but was unable to do so in 2020 due to the pandemic. In lieu of volunteer efforts, Larken’s contribution helped the organization provide direct relief to Guatemalans reeling from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, resulting economic crisis and the devastation caused by Hurricanes Eta and Iota in November.
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