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Community Service

Community Service

22nd Century has partnered with various community based organizations with the support of our leadership and staff is a testament of how 22nd Century demonstrates the passion of our employees to make a positive impact in the community. This program is an important part of our culture where we leverage the professional and technical skills of volunteers from around the country to help local communities. We encourage local offices or work groups to donate time and/or resources into their community.

Since 1997, 22nd Century teams have supported community initiative to improve quality of life and education.

Community Service
MedStar Super H 5k Run, Walk, and Wheel

TSCTI participated in MedStar Super H 5k Run, Walk, and Wheel  in support of children and adults with physical disabilities to pursue healthy, active lifestyles through recreational and competitive sports. We appreciate all the runners for supporting and bringing awareness to this cause in our community. Thank you!

donating laptops
Community Service
Laptop Donation Program

22nd Century team provided laptops to FACETS so they have the resources and technology needed to help others.

 

Community Service
Back to school drive

22nd Century team came out to FACETS Sibling Shop, to help kids with back to school supply needs donated by 22nd Century staff.

Community Service
New Hope Housing

22nd team contributed in the giving tree drive to donate holiday gifts and items needed to help the homeless families moving into a new home. 3 to 4 people moving into homes either from the street or our shelters every week and we like to be able to give them basic comforts of home as they move in. 

Community Service
Facets Benefit Breakfast

22nd Century was a sliver donor to help the cause

Community Service
Holiday Gift giving and wrapping drive

22nd Team volunteered and donated to families experiencing homelessness, as well as families in Homelessness Prevention Program, who are at risk of eviction by provideing the families with gifts when, oftentimes, they wouldn’t be able to get them.