Quality, Integrity, & Accountability in Community Corrections

As part of Kintock’s commitment to the local community, staff at the company’s Erie Avenue facility partnered with the 25th Philadelphia Police District to donate and wrap toys for children of Sheppard Elementary School. Approximately 30 toys were donated to children in Kindergarten through 5th grade.

“Kintock staff has always donated toys and clothing around the holidays,” said Corey Davis, Site Administrator. “However, this was the first time we have donated to this particular school.  We partnered with the 25th Philadelphia Police District, who was already donating to this school,” he explained. “Both the school representatives and the police were all very thankful for the generosity of the Kintock staff,” added Mr. Davis.

All Erie Ave facility staff also participated in a food drive, donating can goods or non-perishable items to help the needy have a wonderful Christmas holiday. The food donations were given to The Change Center, in Philadelphia.

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