Champion Moving and Storage is invested in bettering our community in the city of Rochester. That’s why we are committed to supporting organizations that make a difference in thousands of lives each day and year. Over time, we have extended our financial support to various Rochester organizations and are amazed by the growth and benefits that come from these community servants. It is our pleasure to support organizations that keep Rochester growing, learning and assisting all of its residents.
George Eastman House
A key component of Rochester’s history comes from George Eastman and the development of Eastman Kodak. Through George Eastman’s efforts with film, Rochester was on the frontier of video and photography in its early days. The George Eastman House is a museum dedicated to honoring the work George Eastman forged, educating members of Rochester’s history and about the culture, development and enrichment of film. We are proud sponsors of this honorable society.
Bivona Child Advocacy Center
This center works with children and families who are dealing with abusive situations. Trained professionals protect, treat and offer assistance to children and their families who need healing and strengthening. Bivona Child Advocacy Center is primarily supported through community donations. We are privileged to be a part of the family empowerment and improvement that this Center provides to the Rochester community.
Rochester Women’s Giving Circle
This is an organization dedicated to empowering women to be financially successful. Through donations, RWGC offers grants to several Rochester organizations which have been selected as fine leaders and educators of women. Each selected program provides women education on the skills necessary to earn a financial wage. It’s a privilege to see the influence and inspiration that comes out of RWGC.
Ronald McDonald House
This is a rockstar organization. By that, we mean that they go above and beyond to help families who are dealing with traumatic situations – the sickness of a child. The Ronald McDonald houses are designed to keep families close by to the hospital in a nurturing environment with home-cooked meals and a comfortable atmosphere. Families can rest easy at theses houses and focus on the most important thing, their child’s health. Through donations and Delivery assistance on every Thursday, we proudly support the work of this organization and love the difference they make each day.
Wilmot Cancer Center
This foundation offers the best collaboration of specialists and medical research to make successful leaps toward curing cancer. They explain their efforts as the following: “physicians and staff from a wide range of disciplines – including surgical, medical and radiation oncology – are working together to form the best possible treatment plan for each patient based on the most recent scientific discoveries and treatments.” Each day the staff of Wilmot Cancer Center provides excellent medical care and remarkable efforts to the health field; we proudly support it.
U of R Wine Auction
To benefit the University of Rochester Medical Center, we support and attend this fundraiser featuring an auction of the most notable wines from around the world. We also pledge our support to the Medical Center with our moving services during the set up of the event.
Rochester Historical Society
The society was formed to: “collect, preserve, and interpret our city and region’s past, for the education and enjoyment of the entire community.” We offer financial support and our moving services to tho historical society throughout the year.
Hope Hall is a creatively driven school with a unique design to inspire students who have struggled with academics in traditional school environments. Through a collaborate effort among parents, teachers, and faculty the Hope Hall students receive intentional mentorship through their school years and supreme multi-sensory education. No student goes unnoticed or unappreciated at Hope Hall. We are inspired by their efforts and commend the incredible impact they make in the lives of Rochester students.