Community Involvement 2017-08-01T06:27:54+00:00

Community Involvement – Giving Back

The entire CBR team of HR outsourcing professionals subscribes to the belief that giving back to the community and the world is not just a kind service, but is an obligation for those who are able. In that spirit, CBR is involved corporately and individually in several non-profit organizations and charities, such as:

  • Project C.U.R.E
  • The Red Cross
  • Phoenix Rescue Mission
  • Special Olympics Arizona
  • World Vision
  • Elevate Phoenix
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CBR and Project C.U.R.E. Partner

One of our most treasured community service activities is working together as a staff at the warehouse for Project C.U.R.E. at least twice a year. Employees choose to serve on their own time too, by packaging up unused medical supplies (brand new), often discarded by American hospitals and medical facilities for more current supplies, and sending them to countries in need. What is otherwise disposable to Americans can save lives in other countries. CBR is proud to be a part of this life-saving effort. If you would like to see some of the team in action. If you would like to get involved, visit their website at www.projectcure.org.

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Phoenix Rescue Mission

Having been involved with the Phoenix Rescue Mission in the past, nothing excited CBR more than being able to participate in the organization’s annual “Fill-A-Box, Feed-A-Family” food drive. The program provides food to needy families during the holidays and this year, not only did our staff donate time, money, and food supplies, but many of CBR’s valued clients contributed food items as well. In total we donated more than 1,000 pounds to Phoenix Rescue Mission and the Valley families its helps during the holidays. During these tough economic times we know that our hard work will pay off when hundreds of families get fed this Thanksgiving. Click here to see our Fox 10 news clip and pictures from Phoenix Rescue Mission.