Acts of Kindness Doing Well By Doing Good Campaign Update
This year has been another one for the record books. With crazy, severe weather events happening nationwide and regionally, in the midst of a global pandemic, and during a very divisive political time in our country, our community continues to rally and help one another.
The essence of Clarke & Cohen’s business is to help others in a time of need. Typically, we see you, our clients, at your lowest point, after a property loss from wind, fire, flood, trees, hail, theft, and other destructive events.
For our 100th Anniversary, Clarke & Cohen celebrates the spirit of hope that guides people in trying times. We continue to invest in acts of hope that bring health, happiness and joy to fellow Philadelphians.
Here’s what we’ve accomplished this year so far:
~Every month on a Friday, we donated food from an independent, local small business to local Fire Stations throughout Philadelphia and the Delaware Valley, including the Jersey Shore.
~Sponsor of InLiquid’s “Sculpture in the Glen” event, a pop-up sculpture garden in Gladwyne.
~Beach Yoga donation class to benefit Glioblastoma Foundation
~School Supply Backpack Stuffing Event
Over 1,000 backpacks will be packed with essential school supplies by volunteers and donated to students in need. This year, each bag includes a mask donated by Clarke & Cohen.
~As a supporter of the Magical Mila fundraiser, Clarke & Cohen added a sweet surprise with Johnson’s Popcorn.
~ Daniel B. Allanoff Golf Fundraiser participants and supporters. This organization funds innovative blood cancer research.
~At the Philadelphia Horticultural Society (PHS) Flower Show preview event, Bloom Philly!, Clarke & Cohen participated as a prize sponsor and judge.
~Clarke & Cohen matched proceeds from Tag Time Happy Hour benefiting LUNGevity, a non-profit organization changing outcomes for people with lung cancer through research, education, support & advocacy.
~We reached out to the local community surrounding Clarke & Cohen and collected children’s books, baby formula/wipes & feminine products. These were delivered to Mighty Writers, a local non-profit providing food and literacy to children.
~Cheers for Chop Virtual Event.
We were a sponsor of this event, benefiting the Center for Violence Prevention at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
There are a few months left in the year of our 100th anniversary and we have big acts of kindness planned ahead with several non-profit organizations.
Stay tuned for more acts of kindness #doingwellbydoinggood (Doing Well By Doing Good)…..