Crisdel Group’s Annual Folds of Honor Fundraiser

November 2018

Crisdel is a family oriented company that welcomes the opportunity to face the toughest challenges in order to meet or exceed our client’s expectations as we construct their projects. At Crisdel, we understand that our employees are our most important asset, with this being said, Crisdel shares the same feelings with respect to this country’s veterans and their families as being one of this country’s most important assets. It is our employee’s passion for the work we perform on a daily basis that we hope to provide the same passion for supporting this wonderful charity and the cause it supports.

We at Crisdel are committed to raising money to help the Folds of Honor realize its mission of providing educational scholarships to the children and spouses of our fallen and disabled servicemen and women. Our goal for this year is to raise $50,000 for this honorable charity.

The company has already sponsored several fundraising events to reach this goal. On October 13th, we held our first annual Folds of Honor Golf Outing at Crystal Springs Golf Resort in Hamburg, NJ, in which we were able to raise over $7,000 towards our goal.

On November 3rd, Crisdel employees came together and planned a fishing charter out of Belmar, NJ on the beautiful Skylarker. The team spent the day fishing and were able to raise nearly $2,000; keeping us on target for our year-end goal.

Currently, we will be selling Folds of Honor hoodies, T-shirts and sweatshirts to employees and their family members; with all proceeds going towards the charity.

In addition to all of these efforts, many employees, colleagues, friends and family members have made very generous cash donations and we expect to reach our goal at the end of the year.

We are very passionate about this charity’s cause and have worked so hard as a team to accomplish this for the Folds of Honor. Thus far, we have raised nearly $20,000 and plan for this number to continue to rise.

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