YORK, Pa.—Rutter’s Children’s Charities has donated $75,000 to the Crispus Attucks Association to help fund the nonprofit’s history and culture center building project, which will be an exhibit for local African-American culture.
Rutter’s Children’s Charities latest donation to Crispus Attucks is the charity’s largest to date. Crispus Attucks provides education services, human services, community development and affordable housing.
Rutter’s holds several fundraising events and programs during the year as a way for employees, suppliers and customers to participate in charitable giving in their communities. Annual fundraising events include Rutter’s Children’s Charities Golf Outing, Vote With Your Dollars, Rutter’s charity cannister program and Secret Santa program. These fundraising dollars, along with Rutter’s corporate charitable contributions, are used to help local charities with specific needs or projects throughout the year.
“Crispus Attucks greatly appreciates The Rutter’s Companies financial support, including its recent contribution to the CA history and culture center building project that will make a very positive impact on the York community in the future. We are fortunate to have the Rutter’s Companies and Rutter’s Children’s Charities, as supporters to help us advance our mission,” said Bobby Simpson, CEO of Crispus Attucks.
“Crispus Attucks is an important pillar of the York community, and we appreciate the amazing support they provide to our area” said Chris Hartman, president of Rutter’s Children’s Charities. “We look forward to seeing their new building and the education that it will provide to the children in York.”
At the 2022 NACS Show in Las Vegas, October 1-4, an education session will feature speakers discussing the causes they have chosen to support, the impacts they’ve made to their communities and how these partnerships have benefited their businesses. Don’t miss “A Force for Good: We’re in Business to Make an Impact” on Monday, October 3 at 1 a.m. Register for the NACS Show to day.