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.

At ShopCore, we believe it is unacceptable for any child to go hungry. In partnership with LivCor, we have created CoreGiving, a non-profit dedicated to our Dollars, Hours, Pounds program which is committed to reducing childhood hunger in the communities we serve. Each year, we have committed to donating $200,000, volunteering 1,500 hours (8 hours per employee) and donating 1,000,000 pounds of food. In 2018, we held our first March Madness Bracket Battle Fundraiser, designed to benefit the San Diego Food Bank’s “Food 4 Kids Backpack Program.” In response to the COVID-19 outbreak during our 2020 fundraiser, we shifted from Brackets to Backpacks and raised over $650,000 to support food banks and charities nationwide. With these funds, we were able to provide over 3.3 million meals to hungry children across the country.


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

For example, new energy efficiency strategies at The Shops at Skyview in Flushing, NY eliminated 5,400 tons of carbon, equivalent to eliminating the greenhouse gas emissions from 1,046 passenger vehicles for one year and the consumption of 554,477 gallons of gasoline. Our collective work has made an impact equal to planting almost three Central Park’s worth of trees.