Working Together For Our Communities
Giving back to our communities’ ties into both our core values and our vivid vision for Title Alliance in the future. The clear alignment allows for us to help support over 30 charities through volunteer efforts and monetary donations. From pet shelters to food banks to kindness initiatives, everyone deserves to feel loved and supported, and Title Alliance is grateful to be a part of each of these organizations.
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Since 1979, Bethesda Project has been providing emergency shelter, housing and supportive services for thousands of individuals experiencing homelessness in Philadelphia. Across its 16 locations, Bethesda Project offers a home and safe environment where guests and residents can stabilize and regain their dignity and self-worth. Now, 41 years later, Bethesda Project remains committed to its initial calling — to find and care for the abandoned poor and to be family with those who have none.
Bethesda Project operates a continuum of care throughout Center City Philadelphia utilizing a Housing First approach that minimizes barriers to access and allows each individual to take their own journey of healing at one’s own pace. Rooted in the six values of social work, Bethesda Project seeks to meet the needs of individuals where they are and in what they need. As an Equal Housing Opportunity provider, Bethesda Project does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, familial status, and/or disability.
There are families in our shared communities that go to bed hungry every night. Chesterfield Food Bank strives to stop that from happening.
We proudly serve a variety of our neighbors, the majority of whom do not qualify for government assistance. This includes single mothers working to try to put food on the table, senior citizens surviving solely on social security, veterans on disability, young couples just starting out, and people who have just been laid off from their job.
In cooperation with local Social Services, we are locating and helping those families and individuals that would not have been helped otherwise. We strongly believe in the principle:
“Give a man a fish and feed him today, teach a man to fish and feed him for a lifetime.”
We serve 1,800 people a week through six different programs in Chesterfield county.
Childhood poverty is a serious nationwide issue. The average U.S. family in poverty, with two adults and two children, lives on less than $24,000 a year.
Without adequate and appropriate clothing, children face unfair barriers and participate in life on an unequal playing field. Across most of the United States, only three (food, housing, energy) of four basic needs are supported by government safety net programs. Cradles to Crayons uses the term “Clothing Insecurity” as part of our efforts to formally recognize the issue, and increase awareness on this hidden basic need.
Cradles to Crayons provides children from birth through age 12, living in homeless or low-income situations, with the essential items they need to thrive – at home, at school and at play. We supply these items free of charge by engaging and connecting communities.This enables us to engage communities that have, connecting them with communities that need.
From April 1st, 2022 through April 30th, 2022, the Title Alliance Gives Back Initiative partnered with Alex’s Lemonade Stand, a charity dedicated to raising money for pediatric cancer research.
With fun lemon activities and a lemon challenge, this event is making an impact both via monetary donations and publicity for the charity.
From April 15th-May 15th, Title Alliance employees, partners, friends and family members are encouraged to donate items to a shelter near them to help those in need.
The goal of Title Alliance Gives Back is to have a minimum of 200 employees donate an item.
During the week of November 9th, 2020, Title Alliance will be participating in a virtual 5k walk/run to benefit Feeding America, the nation’s largest domestic hunger-relief organization.
Our goal is to raise $35,000, which should provide meals for 1,000 families throughout the entire country.
The annual Title Alliance Gives Back week is scheduled for April 8-12! During this week, our employees across the country are going to participate in four hours of community service. If you have any group volunteer opportunities available for our offices, please let us know by going to the “Contact” page above!
Title Alliance and it’s affiliates were able to collect 2,730 pairs of socks during our “Socks for the Sole” collection drive! These socks were all donated to homeless shelters throughout the country. Socks are the number one requested items at homeless shelters, especially during the cold months. Thank you to all who donated for this wonderful cause!
This summer our offices across the country collected items to benefit Women’s Shelters in our communities. Company-wide, we collected over 2000 items!
Here’s a summary of our 2018 Title Alliance Gives Back week!