The Renowned Development and Hospitality Company’s Day Of Service Connects with Schools, Environmental Groups, Veterans, First Responders, and More


Los Angeles, Calif. (October 11, 2019) – World-class real estate development and hospitality group Caruso, is pleased to announce its Second Annual “Caruso Cares: A Day of Service” event on October 11, 2019.


Born from Caruso’s commitment to supporting causes that positively impact the city of Los Angeles, A Day of Service is a dedicated day in which Caruso’s corporate offices close and employees commit time to philanthropic organizations across Los Angeles.  These include:


  • Partnering with the Southwest Regional Council of Carpenters to re-furbish a classroom at Lawrence of Brindisi School in South Los Angeles. Led by Executive Vice President of Construction Tom Veje, Caruso employees will remove furniture and carpet and prepare the classroom floors for new carpet installation. The Carpenter’s Union will then complete the project by installing carpet and building shelving and storage the following day. Open since 1924, St. Lawrence of Brindisi is a co-educational archdiocesan Catholic elementary school in South Los Angeles, educating more than 260 students, grades kindergarten through eighth. Caruso has a long standing relationship with the school, as the Caruso Family Foundation has been supporting them since 2013.


  • Working with students at Thomas Edison Elementary in Glendale to make fall-themed crafts, read stories, face paint, and more. Edison is proud of its years of excellence and achievement in the Glendale community.


  • Spend the morning landscaping and providing lunch for first responders at Los Angeles County Fire Station #110 which provides firefighting and emergency medical services for the Marina del Rey community, alongside the law enforcement services and maritime law enforcement provided by our sheriffs and coast guard members.


  • Spend an afternoon at the Pan Pacific Senior Center and run a fall-themed festival for senior citizens and students from Hancock Park Elementary. The senior center, located in the Beverly Grove region of Los Angeles, offers activities, programs, and special events for seniors year round.


  • Prepare and serve meals to homeless veterans at PATH West LA. PATH is ending homelessness for individuals, families, and communities by building affordable housing and providing supportive services throughout California.


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