TBC Founder, Jason Pepitone, Featured in the DFB Holiday Bike Giveaway

 In charity

Sometimes we’re fortunate enough to give to others and at The Borrowing Club we try to recognize the opportunities to contribute our community. Recently we were able to help out the Crockett Foundation where our founder, Jason Pepitone, donated bicycles to kids in need on behalf of Waste Connections Inc.

Check out a video of the event:

The Crockett Foundation – a Broward County-based non-profit organization – has positively impacted the lives of thousands of children since its inception in 2002. It’s after-school programs focus on math, reading, health and technology for middle-school students. With the help of generous sponsors like you, we have helped more than 1,000 students in our local community graduate from high school with better grades and a more positive outlook on life.

The Crockett Foundation focuses on key initiatives for middle-school students. Programs are designed around attendance, behavior, and course-performance with an emphasis on technology. Some of the programs set themselves apart by providing students with iPads, purchased by the Crockett Foundation, to enhance learning. Upon successful completion of key programs, students are awarded their own tablets. The Foundation’s goal is to keep them learning year-round while being technologically savvy.

Visit the Crockett Foundation to learn more about their initiatives.

Get to know more about Jason Pepitone.

 

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