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Acts of Caring


Empowered to make a difference

Our CIT team has been making a positive impact in our communities by performing Acts of Caring this summer – simply doing something good, wherever we are.

Our customers got involved too, and told us about programs that make a difference in their communities. We’re providing 10 outstanding organizations a grant to further their important efforts. 

And thanks to the participation of our customers, employees and followers, we are able to make an even greater impact. We have doubled our grant to Flushing Town Hall, who received the most support in our Acts of Caring poll.  

You voted: Spotlight on Flushing Town Hall


Flushing Town Hall received the most support from customers and followers in our Acts of Caring poll, and as a result we have doubled its grant to expand virtual family programming for the diverse communities of Queens, NY. Flushing Town Hall provides cross-cultural programming to help build community in an environment where people from all over the world share the same space. CIT’s support will help deliver the organization’s virtual programs to thousands of families, school-aged children, teachers and community members. 

Flushing Town Hall is one of ten organizations nationwide that we will work with this summer to fulfill the needs identified by our customers.

Empowered to make a difference

As part of our Acts of Caring program, we invited customers to nominate a need in their hometown and share how we could support those efforts on their behalf. Get to know our grant recipients. 

A New Way of Life Reentry Project

A New Way of Life Reentry Project (ANWOL) provides housing, case management, pro bono legal services, advocacy and leadership development for women rebuilding their lives after prison. Founded in 1998 in Los Angeles, ANWOL has provided housing to more than 1,200 formerly incarcerated women, helped reunite more than 400 women with their children and provided legal services to more than 3,000 community members. Press release

A New Way of Life website

The Arc of the Bay

The Arc of the Bay of Lynn Haven, Florida, has provided services for individuals with disabilities for the past 63 years, teaching life and job skills to help them lead more productive and independent lives through adult day training and supported employment programs. Their Culinary Institute program teaches restaurant readiness, food prep, safety and sanitation preparing them for the food service industry – including earning their Safestaff certification. Press release

The Arc of the Bay website

Flushing Town Hall

Flushing Town Hall is a nonprofit organization serving Queens, New York City and beyond with global arts programs including jazz, world music, dance, puppetry, exhibitions and more. Its mission is to present global arts that engage and educate to foster mutual appreciation. Press release

Flushing Town Hall website

Mission 22

Mission 22 supports veterans with treatment programs for post-traumatic stress, traumatic brain injury and other issues they might be facing and organizes events to create social impact and awareness for these issues. Mission 22 also has an ambassador volunteer program to educate the public on veteran issues and create resources in their communities. Press release

Mission 22 website

Musical Arts Institute

Musical Arts Institute (MAI) is a nonprofit, 501(c)3 music school that provides high quality instrumental and vocal training for culturally and economically underserved Chicago youth. Since its founding 10 years ago, MAI has become a leading music performance organization whose purpose is to prepare students, particularly those who live in under-resourced communities, to reach their full potential. Press release

Musical Arts Institute website

The NAACP Ventura County

The NAACP Ventura County is part of the largest and most pre-eminent civil rights organization in the nation. Founded in 1909 in response to the ongoing violence against Black people around the country, the NAACP’s mission is to secure the political, educational, social and economic equality of rights in order to eliminate race-based discrimination and ensure the health and well-being of all persons. Press release

The NAACP Ventura County website

Table to Table

Table to Table is a food rescue program that collects fresh food that would otherwise be wasted and delivers it to organizations that serve the most vulnerable members of its community, with a special focus on families, children and seniors. Over the past 21 years, Table to Table has rescued over 62,000 tons of food and redistributed enough for 189 million healthy meals. It is 100% philanthropy funded, and every dollar donated provides 10 nutritious meals.  Press release

Table to Table website

Tarzana Community and Cultural Center

Tarzana Community and Cultural Center (TCCC) is a community-supported 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to celebrating cultural diversity, art, education, leadership and community spirit. TCCC provides numerous programs and events, a monthly book forum, environmental awareness group and more. Its Children’s Teaching Garden will be an outdoor classroom embodying the center’s mission. Press release

Tarzana Community and Cultural Center website

Three Square Food Bank

Three Square Food Bank believes no one in its community should go hungry. Established in 2007, Three Square offers wholesome, nutritious food to nonprofit organizations, schools and feeding sites in southern Nevada. A member of the Feeding America network of food banks, it provides more than 41 million meals per year through a network of community partners. Press release

Three Square Food Bank website

Upward Bound House

Upward Bound House’s (UBH) mission is to eliminate homelessness among families with children in Los Angeles by providing housing, supportive services and advocacy and helping them access basic resources and successfully transition into their own homes with the capacity to remain there permanently. In 2018, UBH graduate families had a 95% success rate one year after completing its programs. Press release

Upward Bound House website

We stand with our communities.

See how our CIT team helped power our communities forward with Acts of Caring this June.

3,000+ Acts of Caring We gave back to our communities nationwide with more than 3,000
Acts of Caring and thousands of volunteer hours.
33% of Acts for
Basic Needs and Hunger Relief
We donated and volunteered to support basic community needs and hunger relief.
1,580 Hours for
COVID-19 Relief
We supported COVID-19 relief through donations, mask making and support for frontline workers and seniors in isolation.
20% of Hours to Protect the Environment We cleaned local parks and beaches and tracked bird migration routes to support our environment.
Launch + Grow virtual session

Empowering women entrepreneurs

CIT Chairwoman and CEO Ellen Alemany shared business advice with participants of Launch and Grow, a CIT and Operation HOPE program to empower women entrepreneurs that has continued virtually during the pandemic.

Employees donated much-needed items

Battling food insecurity

Employees donated much-needed items, such as food and toiletries to local pantries from New Hampshire to Arizona.

Employees sent heartwarming cards

Creating messages of caring

Employees sent heartwarming cards to overseas troops, seniors and front line workers.

Employees assembled and donated care packages

Bringing comfort to others

Employees assembled and donated care packages to community shelters.