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To highlight the Cydcor-sponsored philanthropy program created for our network of independently owned and operated Cydor sales offices.

To highlight the Cydcor-sponsored philanthropy program created for our network of independently owned and operated Cydor sales offices.

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  • What is Neighborhood Leader?
    A Program designed by Cydcor to support their network of independently owned and operated sales offices in the giving of time and talent to non-profit, community, or charitable organizations of their choice.
  • How does the program work?
    • Offices are eligible for one Cydcor sponsorship per year
    • Owners select a local non-profit organization
    • Cydcor will make a matching donation in the ICL’s name, to the non-profit organization
    • Cydcor will reimburse a per volunteer dollar amount, to cover food and transportation
  • What else do the offices receive?
    • Cydcor will write and release a press release under the office’s name
    • An article in Cydcor’s monthly publication, written for the independently owned and operated sales offices
    • A plaque recognizing the offices participation in the charitable event
    • Lapel pins for all volunteers to wear, designating them as “Neighborhood Leaders”
  • What types of charitable events have been done so far?
    • Marathons
    • New home construction
    • Earthquake assistance
    • Environmental clean-ups
    • Food service in soup kitchens
    • Food distribution from food pantries
    • Bowl-a-thons
  • What has been accomplished so far?