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Katie Williams

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Charitable Causes

Cradles to Crayons Mission and Model:

It’s More Than a Cause, It’s a Kid

Childhood poverty is a serious nationwide issue. The average U.S. family in poverty, with two adults and two children, lives on less than $26,500 a year. Consider these staggering statistics from the regions where Cradles to Crayons currently operates:

      • More than 1 in 3 Massachusetts children, 12 years old and younger, live in low-income or homeless situations.
      • According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Philadelphia has the highest poverty rate among the nation’s ten largest cities. 3 in 5 Philadelphian children live in poverty.
      • 1 in 2 children in Chicago live in low income and homeless situations.

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.

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If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our Charitable Causes Chair, Katie Williams at kwilliams@bristolglobal.com.

In 2000, CRC leadership saw the need to formalize the charitable giving of the organization.  That same year, the Charitable Causes Committee was formed to encourage CRC membership to engage with local charities and leverage their own charitable hearts.

Volunteer opportunities will be announced during the year.  No previous experience is necessary.  A willing spirit and a giving heart automatically qualify you to take part in the activity. 

Please keep an eye out for opportunities to give:  our Silent Auction is by far the biggest fundraiser.  Smaller opportunities are made part of the other meetings.

If you would like to donate to CRC, please contact: Katie Williams at KWilliams@bristolglobal.com

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