The Lewis Group of Companies has a longstanding history of local philanthropy geared towards community building in the Inland Empire. As Executive Vice President Randall Lewis says, “when you are successful in a community, you have an obligation to give back.”
To honor that core tenet, Lewis recently launched a micro-philanthropy campaign. Through the campaign, teams or employees can select an organization, cause, or individual they find impactful, meaningful, or have personal ties to and Lewis will contribute on their behalf. The campaign is built on the core pillars of targeting local organizations, building relationships to serve the greater population, and creating value through experience while upholding tradition of engaging with the community.
Mari Nilsson Bailey, General Manager of Homecoming at the Preserve, nominated The Purpose Parcel, run by Homecoming’s very own Krystal Davis, as an organization she admires. In Mari’s words, “Krystal Davis – my leasing consultant, is running the wonderful non-profit organization “The Purpose Parcel”, where people can help women who are coping with grief, depression and anxiety by donating to the cause. Krystal hand assembles care packages with the donations that she receives – “the Purpose Parcels” – that are sent directly to affected women to show care, provide support, and assist with their self-help.”
The Purpose Parcel has sent out hundreds of boxes since its inception. While based in Fontana, its reach expands far beyond the Inland Empire having served women in over 25 states. A milestone Krystal is particularly proud of is sending out over 30 boxes specifically to nurses working the ICU this past year.
Lewis is pleased to support The Purpose Parcel and looks forward to its continued success making a difference in women’s lives.
If you have any questions, would like to learn more, or have an idea, please reach out to email@example.com.
Rosie Lewis is the Corporate Marketing Manager at The Lewis Group of Companies. Rosie is a Claremont native who enjoys hiking, yoga, and developing her green thumb.