Caring about our community for over 80 years!

Last Years Winners!

We LOVED our Crisfulli Cares campaign so much we didn’t want the giving to stop. That is why we will be running our Crisafulli Cares campaign ALL YEAR LONG. Every month we will be spotlighting THREE organizations and turning to the public for the final vote. At the end of every month, we will be announcing a new winner and showcase their efforts within the community on our social media channels. We will be updating the organizations each month so please be sure to check back and vote the third week of every month!

Just click on your favorite below, you can vote once a day, every day. The winner will be announced monthly!

Sister Maureen Joyce Center - Soup Kitchen

The Center operates a food pantry and soup kitchen for the community members. The soup kitchen is open to anyone looking for a nice meal or just a friendly environment. Not only does this center operates as a food kitchen but it also distributes clothing and personal items to the guest. The majority of the individual they serve are homeless while others may live in shelters or run-down apartments.  The volunteers that work there are dedicated to serving the guest with dignity and respect. Sister Maureen Joyce Center is a program of Catholic Charities of Tri-County Services.

Operation Adopt a Soldier

Operation Adopt A Solider is an organization that supports troops overseas. This organization is full of volunteers where their main mission is to raise awareness about the daily sacrifices that the men and women in our military make to preserve our freedom. Their main goal is to provide a sense of home to our soldiers and make them feel as comfortable as possible through care packages, gifts, letters, phone cards, and more. Their motto is clear and simple “YOU WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN.”

St. Peter’s Hospice/ Community Hospice

The Community Hospice provides a sense of peace to those in our community who are most vulnerable. They are a non-profit organization and part of the St.Peter’s Health Partners and work with every hospital in the region to provide hospice services.  The Community Hospice serves more than 4,300 seriously ill patients and their families a year. They have even helped our own Crisafulli team’s family members whose father diagnosed with cancer about a year and a half ago. They made the last days of his life as comfortable as they could. They were extremely compassionate towards our team members &  family and we are extremely thankful for their service.


. Ended

  • Sister Maureen Joyce Center
  • Operation Adopt a Soldier
  • St. Peter’s Hospice / Community Hospice