Corporate Community Services
Madrid CPWG believes in supporting the communities in which we work and live through a combination of volunteerism and sponsorship. We also support programs that provide national and international support to communities in need.
We take an active role in encouraging our employees to pursue volunteer activities. Our employees regularly volunteer to promote the health and safety of children walking and biking to school, provide staff for information kiosks, prepare food for the needy and perform fundraising activities.
Supported Charitable Organizations
Below is a sample of the worthy causes supported by Madrid CPWG or our employees.
The Sidewalk Stompers Walk to School Wednesday was attended by Councilman Joseph Citro at the Roosevelt Elementary in Tampa. Being a part of Sidewalk Stompers is easy: just walk, bike, or scooter to school! Their programs can be part of any elementary or middle school. You can learn more @ https://sidewalkstompers.org/
Ronald McDonald House
Ronald McDonald House Charities is an independent American nonprofit organization whose stated mission is to create, find, and support programs that directly improve the health and well-being of children. Learn more at https://www.rmhc.org/
American Cancer Society
Madrid CPWG has been a supporter and participant in Relay For Life events in Polk County. The Relay for Life movement is dedicated to helping communities attack cancer. Through funds donated, time given, or awareness raised, our communities are teaming up – virtually or in-person – to make a difference. Learn more @ http://relayforlife.org/
Palabra de Vida, Mexico
Larry Madrid and members of the Madrid CPWG team assisted the city of Palabra de Vida, Mexico in developing a new soccer field. Larry provide the city with the designs and plans required to complete the field, along with a contribution to assist with construction. At the grand opening, Larry witnessed first-hand the difference the field made to the community.
Hispanic Heritage Festival
Madrid CPWG hosted a series of festivals to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. The festivals were designed to recognize the past contributions of Hispanics and celebrate Hispanics that are making a contribution to their communities. The festival provided a forum to discuss issues affecting the community as well as potential solutions.
Madrid CPWG worked with Team Pain (in photo) during the design and construction of the new 22,000 square-foot skateboarding facility at Lake Bonny Park. After the park was closed, the skating community unified to begin lobbying and fundraising. Everyone’s efforts led to the creation of a great new skate park.
Madrid CPWG hosted a series of parties for local Chamber of Commerce members. The parties served as a mechanism to celebrate the Cinco-de-Mayo and discuss issues affecting the community. Madrid CPWG leaders used the feedback from these meetings to improve the focus of our community service efforts.
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