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:
Phoenix Rescue Mission
The Red Cross
Special Olympics Arizona
Elevate Phoenix is a unique 24/7 accredited program for AZ Youth. Their mission is to deliver long-term, life changing relationships with urban youth. Learn more about Elevate Phoenix on thier websitehttps://www.elevatephoenix.org/, on Twitter @elevatephoenix and on Facebook.
Across America’s hard-to-serve urban areas, public school students drop out of school in alarming numbers, and for those that do graduate; the road to post-secondary education is filled with obstacles. Too many of American’s high school students are underserved and, as a result, are underperforming.
A large majority of urban youth lack even one caring adult in their life, leading directly to increased crime, gang, drug activity and other roadblocks to self-sufficiency. The Elevate Phoenix model has proven effective in changing these trends and transforming lives of our city’s youth. It is our goal to change the outcome for our future leaders. We will continue to be the “hope holders until they can hold that hope for themselves”
We believe that EVERY CHILD is of great worth and has the desire and potential for success.
We believe that LONG TERM, 24/7/365 RELATIONSHIPS with a caring adults have positive proven outcomes in the lives of our urban youth.
We believe that a HOLISTIC approach is essential for a strong and healthy future for our youth.
We believe that FULLTIME, SALARIED MENTORS WHO COME FROM SIMILAR BACKGROUNDS as the students have high capacity for positive influence.
We believe that SERVANT LEADERSHIP, leading from a posture of selflessness and service, is the foundation for leadership.
We believe in the intrinsic DIGNITY of every person and act accordingly.
We believe that working in COLLABORATION yields the best long-term results, acknowledging that the complex work in our urban centers cannot be done single-handedly. Collaboration that breeds synergy ensures that we are all stronger, and more successful, when we come together under a common goal.
Project C.U.R.E & CBR
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. Learn more about Project C.U.R.E. on thier website https://projectcure.org, on Twitter @projectcure and on Facebook.
Project C.U.R.E. identifies, solicits, collects, sorts and distributes medical supplies and services according to the imperative needs of the world.
Project C.U.R.E. (Commission on Urgent Relief and Equipment) was founded in 1987 by James Jackson, who was working as an international economic consultant in developing countries when his work put him face to face with the needs of the sick and dying. During a trip to Brazil, Dr. Jackson visited a small clinic near Rio de Janeiro, where he learned that patients were often turned away due to a lack of basic medical supplies. Jackson was moved to action, making a promise to the clinic doctor that he would help provide relief to the people there.
Today, Project C.U.R.E.’s work and mission are more important than ever, helping to bridge staggering health resource gaps in the developing world by empowering doctors and nurses with the tools they need to treat disease, deliver vaccines, perform life-changing surgeries and ensure safe childbirth. Through the compassion of Project C.U.R.E.’s supporters, hospitals, rural clinics and community health centers all over the world are able to offer quality care and critical medical services to their most vulnerable patients, especially women and young children. Thanks to the dedication of thousands of volunteers nationwide, two to three cargo containers of life-saving aid leave Project C.U.R.E.’s warehouses every week.
With the help of so many that have the same passion and commitment to helping those in need, Project C.U.R.E. continues to deliver health and hope to the world.
Credibility and Integrity ~ We will be honest. We won’t make promises we can’t keep, and we will keep the promises that we’ve made.
Partnership ~ We seek to assist other individuals and organizations that share our common vision.
Creativity and Ingenuity ~ We will endeavor to pioneer new ways of meeting the needs of others, being stewards of our resources and solving problems—from the small inconveniences to the major obstacles.
Stewardship ~ Despite the fact that most of our assets are donations, we will remember the source and value of these and treat each as a gift.
Excellence in Service ~ We will do our best work in meeting the needs of one another, our donors, our partners, and the sick and dying around the world.
Information and Competence ~ We will become experts in our area of service. We will gain an increasing body of knowledge and expertise to be used, together with these other objectives, to see our vision become reality.
Attitude ~ We will respect and honor others in the way that we treat them. We will strive to remain pleasant, positive and optimistic in all circumstances.
Fresh Start Women’s Foundation
Helping Women Help Themselves
Every woman deserves a bright, happy and safe future where she and her children can thrive. Fresh Start Women’s Foundation provides women with education, resources and support to positively transform their lives. It’s helping women to create stronger communities and families.
From taking small steps toward a new career to making big life changes, Fresh Start is here to help you create a brighter future. Our services, classes and workshops focus on teaching you key professional and personal skills that will build confidence along the journey to discovering your best self. And our supportive team is here to encourage you every step of the way, all in a welcoming environment where you can feel safe.
Life Skills – Learn to budget, improve self-esteem and even learn English with our essential Life Skills services.
Career & Education – From creating a resume to gaining leadership skills, Fresh Start can help you succeed in the workplace.
Support Services – Fresh Start offers support services for family law matters and social work questions.
Fresh Start Women’s Foundation provides education, resources and support for women to positively transform their lives and strengthen our community.
Since 1992, Fresh Start Women’s Foundation has been on a mission to provide education, resources and support for women to positively transform their lives and strengthen our community. We envision a community where every woman reaches her full potential through achieving personal empowerment and financial self-sufficiency.
Our nonprofit organization helps women 18 and up focus on key areas of their lives, with a wide range of services, classes and workshops designed to teach self-confidence, life skills and career development.
Women come to us from a number of different situations. Some are recently divorced or separated. Others are unemployed, or simply looking for a new start on life. They’re looking for a friendly face, helpful guidance and a chance to become the woman they know they can be—all in a place where they can feel safe. And that’s why we’re here.
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. Learn more about Phoenix Rescue Mission on thier website https://phoenixrescuemission.org on Twitter @phxmission and on Facebook.
Providing Christ-centered, life-transforming solutions to persons facing hunger and homelessness.
A community mobilized to transform lives and end hunger and homelessness.
The Phoenix Rescue Mission is a place of hope, healing, and new beginnings for men, women, and children in our community struggling with homelessness, addiction, and trauma.
Christ-Centered: We first exist to glorify God and advance His kingdom; through grace we receive and grace we share.
Servant Leadership: We highly value and intentionally serve each other, our clients, and our ministry partners, leading by following Christ’s example.
Transformation: We invest in the spiritual, personal, and professional development of one another, restoring and equipping each other for intentional living.
Stewardship: We are responsible for the time, talents, and treasures entrusted to us by God and our ministry partners and strive to maximize the impact of these resources.
Excellence: We provide excellent services, achieve results, impact our community, and are innovative and collaborative in our approach.
Special Olympics Arizona
For people with intellectual disabilities, Special Olympics is often the only place where they have an opportunity to participate in their communities and develop belief in themselves. For athletes, Special Olympics sports provide a gateway to empowerment, competence, acceptance and joy. The lessons learned in Special Olympics also impact their life skills. Sports training enhances focus and gives participants a structure for learning important lessons about perseverance, endurance and setting goals. Many people are surprised to know, more than half of adult Special Olympics athletes in the United States are employed, versus 10 percent of intellectually disabled persons who do not participate in Special Olympics. Learn more about Special Olympics Arizona on thier website https://specialolympicsarizona.org on Twitter @SOArizona and on Facebook.
The mission of Special Olympics is to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community.
SPECIAL OLYMPICS ARIZONA GOAL
Special Olympics Arizona’s (SOAZ) goal is to empower the over 180,000 Arizonans with intellectual disabilities to be healthy, productive, and respected members of society through SOAZ’s year-round sports training, competitions and support programs.
The first Special Olympics Arizona competition consisted of a one-day Track & Field event with 100 athletes and 20 volunteers. Today, Special Olympics Arizona offers 22 sports, 170 programs in 6 regional areas, and five statewide competitions for the over 16,000 athletes and 12,700 volunteers on an annual basis. We work so that we may realize founder Eunice Kennedy Shriver’s vision: to improve the lives of people with intellectual disabilities everywhere, and, in turn, transform the lives of everyone they touch – building a better, more accepting world for all of us.
Special Olympics Athletes
For people with intellectual disabilities, Special Olympics is often the only place where they have an opportunity to participate in their communities and develop belief in themselves. For athletes, Special Olympics sports provide a gateway to empowerment, competence, acceptance and joy. The lessons learned in Special Olympics also impact their life skills. Sports training enhances focus and gives participants a structure for learning important lessons about perseverance, endurance and setting goals. Many people are surprised to know, more than half of adult Special Olympics athletes in the United States are employed, versus 10 percent of intellectually disabled persons who do not participate in Special Olympics.
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