Building communities is what we do, and supporting local charities is a natural part of it. We’re proud to partner with residents, vendors and other organizations in contributing to the following programs: 



Did you know most children entering foster care are given two trash bags to hold their belongings? Everyday hero Danny Mendoza discovered this, along with other disheartening facts about the foster care system, when his 9-year-old cousin became homeless. In 2008, he founded Together We Rise (TWR), a non-profit that helps provide thousands of kids with suitcases, college supplies and even new bicycles. They make it easy for the public to get involved with programs like Sweet Cases (you can host an event to decorate duffel bags and fill them with a teddy bear, hygiene kit and blanket). Consider this your invitation to join their efforts now!

May is National Foster Care Month and Crummack Huseby will be helping to bring awareness to the need of foster homes and helping the kids by teaming with Together We Rise by raising funds that will culminate in a day of celebration by making “sweet cases". Personalized duffle bags are created by attendees that will be given to foster kids as typically, they are given a trash bag to carry their belongings. Our team feels that these kids deserve so much more and we are excited to see how many sweet cases we can create. This event will be open to employees, families, business partners, Board Members and homeowners!

If you’d like to join us in supporting Together We Rise, please contact the Project Lead, Jennifer Norton to get involved. LEARN MORE

Jennifer Norton, CCAM, CMCA
Senior Community Manager
P 949-367-9430 ext 206 E


Together We Rise is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization comprised of motivated young adults and former foster youth. Our vision is to improve the lives of foster children in America, who often find themselves forgotten and neglected by the public. We collaborate with community partners to bring resources to foster youth and use service-learning activities to educate volunteers on issues surrounding the foster care system. 

TWR works with hundreds of foster agencies, social workers, CASA advocates, and other partners to bring our programs to foster youth across the nation. Our foundation has allowed us to provide thousands of foster youth across the country with new bicycles, college supplies, and suitcases so that children do not have to travel from home to home with their belongings in a trash bag.



In support of Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month, Crummack Huseby is hosting a JoyJars® event in September. We will fill jars with toys, crafts, and notes of love as a way to send hope and joy to kids fighting cancer. 

If you’d like to join us in supporting The Jessie Rees Foundation /NEGU®, please contact the Project Lead, Jennifer Norton to get involved.

Jennifer Norton, CCAM, CMCA
Senior Community Manager
P 949-367-9430 ext 206 E


The Jessie Rees Foundation was set in motion by a 12-year-old Jessica Joy Rees. While undergoing her own brief fight with brain cancer in 2011, she was inspired to cheer up her peers who were receiving long-term in-patient treatment at Children’s Hospital of Orange County. This led to the creation of her fun-filled JoyJars® and her personal motto, Never Ever Give Up (aka NEGU). During the final ten months of her life, she personally sent over 3,000 jars stuffed with “love” to other kids. Today, her mission continues: more than 38,000 kids in 29+ countries have received JoyJars, while their families are provided with access to helpful resources and regular doses of encouragement.



A purrfect way to help in the O.C.

From March 5-9, join us in volunteering to help the no-kill Mission Viejo Animal Shelter by collecting supplies and monetary donations for local animals in need. The animal shelter serves Mission Viejo, Laguna Hills, Aliso Viejo, Laguna Niguel, and surrounding cities. What we love about the shelter, is their efforts to maintain a humane no-kill status while they find forever homes for their animals or temporary foster homes.


How Can You Help?

During the week of March 5, Crummack Huseby will collect dog beds, toys for cats and dogs, doggie bags, leashes and collars, baby blankets, heating pads, kitten bottles, paper towels, lint rollers, 9 Volt batteries and sanitizing wipes.

Where to Drop Off Your Items.

Come by our offices to drop off your items or make a monetary donation!

Crummack Huseby Property Management Inc. 

25531 Commercentre Drive, Suite 100

Lake Forest, CA 92630


Questions Contact:

Jennifer Norton, CCAM, CMCA
Senior Community Manager
P 949-367-9430 ext 206 E

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