The Holiday Giving Tree

Did you know that San Diego has the “largest concentration of military service men and women in the nation?” Since these brave troops much up such a large part of our local community, we have an obligation to care for them, especially during the holiday season when many families are apart.

Following our Cresa Cares values, we’ve joined other local businesses, including Jersey Mikes Subs, Geppetto’s Toy, and many more to support USO San Diego in the Holiday Giving Tree toy drive. The Giving Tree toy drive enables deserving military families to provide presents for their children. It also allows us a way to give back to those who give so much every day of the year.

We’re grateful to be able to contribute to our military hometown heroes and help provide for those families who need the most support during this time of the year.

If you’d like to donate to The Holiday Giving Tree online donations are still being accepted as well as physical drop-offs at Geppetto’s and Jersey Mikes locations. To read more about the USO and learn ways to get involved click here.

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