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Community Involvement

ICR’s Community Involvement

ICR believes very strongly in supporting our troops as well as our local communities through acts of service, sponsorship, and philanthropy.

Some of the many causes that we support include:


Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS) TAPS provides immediate and long-term emotional help, hope, and healing to all who are grieving the death of a loved one in military service to America.


Operation Family Fund Mission: To assist the injured and families of those who have been injured as a part of the Global War on Terrorism, whether domestic or abroad, military or civilian, with monetary grants for transitioning to their new circumstances and achieving financial self-sufficiency.


Cristo Rey High School The Cristo Rey Network is made up of 25 Christian High Schools for underrepresented Urban youth. Through rigorous academics, coupled with real world work experience, Cristo Rey students graduate high school prepared for success in college and life.


No Bike Left Behind No Bike Left Behind (NBLB) is a charitable organization centered on recycling pre-owned bicycles back into the hands of kids, less fortunate individuals, and families, as a means of transportation and recreation.


Lord of the Harvest Christian Fellowship ICR has collected toys for inner city families at Christmas.


Salvation Army ICR has held clothing drives for the Salvation Army.


Kensington Church ICR employees, family members and friends have assisted in preparing and delivering Food Baskets to the less fortunate in Madison Heights, MI.


St. Mark Parish Over the years, ICR employees have donated peanut butter and jelly, and supplied bread and fruit for the St. Mark Parish Food Pantry.


Forgotten Harvest ICR employees, family, and friends have volunteered at Forgotten Harvest warehouse sorting food and working to re-package nutritious food into family-sized portions for those in need.