We try hard to be heroes in our community.
Since the foundation of CrunchTime, our commitment to our community and being a good corporate citizen has been a core belief of our team. We encourage all team members to perform community service on a monthly basis.
The Pine Street Inn
The Pine Street Inn is the largest resource for homeless men and women in New England. CrunchTime has provided the Pine Street Inn with our software and on-going Implementation/Training services pro bono to help them run their food operations and also provide real world job training for participants in their culinary program.
MGH Blood Donor Center
To us, giving blood is a team sport. Since moving to our Portland Street location in 2013, CrunchTimers have gone over to MGH every 56 days to donate whole blood or platelets. Our rock star donors always make time to save a life!
— CrunchTime! (@GetCrunchTime) July 10, 2014
We help serve lunch at the NECHV, one of the nation’s largest private resource providers to many of Boston’s homeless Veterans. Every 60 days, a group of about a dozen CrunchTimers will walk downtown to serve lunch to the residents and hopefully spread some good cheer.
On average, lunch is served to 108 Veterans, which means we serve about 540 of our city’s Veterans each year.
It’s time to welcome @GetCrunchTime back into the kitchen as bi-monthly volunteers. Thank you for your commitment!
— NECHV (@NECHV) August 13, 2015
— CrunchTime! (@GetCrunchTime) December 8, 2016
Each year we prep at least 500 meals for our friends at Community Servings, located in Boston’s Jamaica Plain.
Community Servings is an organization that delivers meals to critically ill residents and their families all around MA. These guys also run Pie in the Sky during Thanksgiving, which CrunchTime has participated in for the past five years and with our help they raise about $750,000 every year for their cause.
— Community Servings (@communityserv) August 25, 2016
— CrunchTime! (@GetCrunchTime) December 9, 2015