We believe that the workplace can provide an opportunity for meaningful success beyond doing your job well by offering ways to make the world a better place.
Family is part of everything we do at USCS. We believe and invest in strengthening the total wellness of our USCS families. In pursuit of this goal, we have partnered with the American Cancer Society and other organizations to broaden our support.
American Cancer Society
The American Cancer Society is a nationwide, community-based voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem. Its mission to free the world from cancer.
Learn more by visiting www.cancer.org
Companies have a profound impact on their communities, and USCS strives to ensure that our impact is a positive one. We accomplish this by participating in a myriad of events unique to our facilities’ local communities.
US Cold Crew Cares During COVID-19
The COVID-19 crisis presents significant challenges for our neighbors in USCS communities. In response, USCS and its employees are providing help to those who need it most.
Thanks to Sister Helen of Guadalupe Family Services in Camden, NJ, USCS provided 200 meals to our Camden neighbors. USCS teamed up with Pete of Little Slice of New York Pizza to deliver pizza to the teenage members of Community Adolescents Striving for Achievement (CASA) and their families.
Pete is a longstanding member and friend of the Camden Business Community, and he’s open for business!
Thanks to Father Mike Mannion, Jim Catrambone, and Chef Frankie of Charlie G’s Catering, USCS could provide 60 meals to the men and women of Joseph’s House in Camden.
Father Mike and Jim served the residents who were very grateful for a delicious hot meal of meatloaf, chicken, potatoes, veggies, and cookies from DiBartolo Bakery. Keep Chef Frankie in mind; Charlie G’s Catering is open for business!
On April 17, USCS, along with Eddie Gomez of Bain’s Deli of Camden, donated and delivered 130 meals to thank frontline healthcare providers at Cooper Hospital in Camden who are working hard to take care of those in need during this crisis.
USCS’ New Jersey neighbors in Camden and Pennsauken have been affected by the COVID-19 crisis and need food assistance.
To answer this call, USCS donated $5,000 to support the Urban Promise Community Food Co-op that provides 3,000 pounds of food a week, feeding over 90 families.
“Your support allows the Food Co-op to continue to operate and provide food and hope to children, families, and staff during a hard time. Your partnership and financial support allow us to make a huge impact in the city of Camden and Pennsauken communities.”
In April, USCS supported local businesses and community members faced with food insecurity by providing 600 meals purchased from neighborhood restaurants.
These restaurants, despite hard times, were happy to offer delicious meals at a reduced price, just further evidence of how community members are coming together to support one another.