Crosby Marketing Communications celebrated its second annual “Inspiring Actions That Matter™ Day of Service”- a day when the agency closed its Annapolis, Md., headquarters and D.C., office so staff members could participate in service projects with local charities and nonprofit organizations.
The Crosby team donated more than 360 hours of community service that day through projects at four different organizations in the Washington/Baltimore region. Projects included packing donated items at the Capital Area Food Bank in D.C.; doing home improvements for individuals with cognitive and developmental disabilities through The Arc of the Central Chesapeake Region; building a community rain garden with the South River Federation; and visiting veterans at the Loch Raven VA Community Living and Rehabilitation Center in Baltimore. (Pictured above are members of the Crosby staff packing food for the needy at Capital Area Food Bank.)
To provide additional support beyond the day of service, Crosby, a Capitol Communicator sponsor, also made a donation of $5,000 to each organization.
“This event has become one of our favorite days of the year,” said agency president Raymond Crosby, and is in the middle of the picture. “It’s an honor to work with these great organizations to help fulfill our mission of Inspiring Actions That Matter, and give back to a community that has given so much to us.”