CBL has a legacy of giving back to the communities in which we work and live. In 2012 CBL launched CBL Cares, an employee-led committee that organizes volunteer opportunities and allocates employee-funded donations to non-profit organizations across our portfolio. Additionally, each CBL property partners with local organizations that make a positive difference in the communities we serve.
CBL has demonstrated a lifetime of community engagement through its commitment to engaging and uplifting our shared community through its partnership with United Way. Through volunteerism, service on our board of directors, collaboration in our annual corporate campaign efforts, and much, much more, CBL has exemplified their belief in United Way and our mission to unite people and resources in building a stronger, healthier community. I am proud of the partnership we have built together, and the impact we will continue to make for our community for years to come.
On behalf of the staff at Reflection Riding, we would like to thank CBL properties for going above and beyond to help our organization keep moving forward. The Day of Caring was by far one of the most productive volunteer days so far this year and we could not have had the success we did without CBL. Not only did everyone have a good time, but they stuck it out 'til the very end. We were glad that we could help get folks out of the office and doing something new or different than their day to day tasks
CBL's legacy of giving back started long before CBL was even formed. Community involvement was championed by Moses Lebovitz, those values were instilled in Charles Lebovitz, and they became a cornerstone of CBL, which has trickled down to our current executive team and employees across our portfolio. As the Chair of CBL Cares, I am thrilled to be able to continue this tradition by connecting our employees with meaningful volunteer opportunities and other ways to give back to the communities we serve.