Our Responsibility

To The Community

At ShopCore we are committed to protecting the environment and to improving the lives of those around us. We derive satisfaction from knowing that our charitable efforts and sustainability initiatives are leaving our communities better than we found them.

Giving Back

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Dollars, Hours, Pounds

Across the U.S.

We are dedicated to our Dollars, Hours, Pounds program to reduce childhood hunger in the communities our shopping centers serve. Each year we have committed to donating $1,000 per property, 8 hours per employee of volunteer work and collecting 8,000 pounds of food. We hold our commitment to giving back in the highest regards.

North Texas Food Bank

Dallas, TX

ShopCore’s Texas based offices joined together to volunteer at the North Texas Food Bank distribution center in Dallas, Texas. Jobs included, sorting, packing, cleaning and delivering food to help the fight against hunger. In just a day, 13 of our employees helped create 11,142 meals in the fight against hunger!

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Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank

San Diego, CA

ShopCore’s San Diego based offices joined together to volunteer at the Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank in San Diego. Throughout the day, our team packed 1,069 boxes and 2.5 tons of oranges for those in need. Within half a day, 28 of our employees helped to create 10,200 meals in the fight against hunger.

Sustainability Initiatives

We continually evaluate our portfolio, searching for opportunities that will improve our operational efficiency, reduce our environmental footprint, and benefit the community.

Recent Examples

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LED Lighting

Gilroy Crossing Gilroy, CA

LED lighting installed at Gilroy Crossing reduced annual carbon dioxide emissions by an estimated 756,362 pounds; the equivalent of adding 8,797 trees.

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Induction Lighting

Columbus Crossing Philadelphia, PA

Induction lighting installed at Columbus Crossing reduced annual carbon dioxide emissions by an estimated 220,278 pounds; the equivalent of adding 28 acres of forest.