Crest Insurance Group has been a part of our community for several decades. It has always been our philosophy to give back and support charitable causes and programs whenever possible. We believe serving our community means being a trusted business partner and also sharing our success with those who strive to make our community better. “If we do well, we will do good.”
Cody Ritchie, President of Crest Insurance Group
Supporting Sister Jose Women’s Center
Crest was honored to present Sister Jose Women’s Center with a donation to help with their new facility for homeless women in Tucson. SJWC is a Tucson-based nonprofit organization founded in 2009. The center gives homeless women much needed help by providing meals, showers, and laundry facilities in a dignified, non-institutionalized environment. Along with assistance from the local community, we can help lift up those who need it most!
U of A Welcome Home Heroes
At every University of Arizona home football game since 2012, Crest Insurance Group has sponsored the Welcome Home Hero recognition piece at the end of the first quarter. Each game, a different member of our armed forces who has recently returned home is honored for their service to our country. Crest Insurance Group is proud of our military heroes and grateful for the freedom we enjoy because of their sacrifices.
Crisis Nursery K’s for Kid Event
Crest was proud to support this annual event and received an amazing thank you letter from the organization… “Over $45,000 was raised to benefit children of Crisis Nursery. As one of our many sponsors, your support will enable us to provide help and hope to the many families in our community who find themselves in crisis. Thank you again. We simply could not have done it without you!
ASU Pitchfork Salute
Crest is proud to partner with Arizona State University as it salutes our nation’s finest service men and women. The “Pitchfork Salute” is our way of saying thank you for their sacrifice. Crest supports all athletics at ASU and is excited to help make a positive impact in the Phoenix area.