We’re committed to caring for the less fortunate
FrankCrum’s reputation as a leader in HR outsourcing is shaped by a long history of integrity and family values in the company’s business approach. But the Golden Rule guides more than just our service to clients. It also drives our commitment to being a positive influence in our community.
See firsthand how Trinity Cafe and the Clearwater Free Clinic touch the lives of those in great need. We encourage you to join us in supporting these very special charities.
Since 2001, Trinity Cafe has served more than 789,000 free meals to the homeless and poor of the area. In addition to nourishing food, staff and volunteers provide a welcoming environment that communicates acceptance and fosters dignity for those struggling with tremendous life challenges. Frank Crum, Jr. serves on the Board of Directors, and through our annual golf tournament and jeans day contributions from our employees, the company has raised over $140,000 this year to support the organization.
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Trinity Cafe Photos
FrankCrum Invitational Charity Golf Tournament
The FrankCrum Golf Invitational, held at Innisbrook Golf Resort, is an annual fundraising event for Trinity Cafe attended by hundreds of golfers and dozens of sponsors. “Every year, I’m more and more impressed by the tournament. We are so thankful for the big-heartedness of FrankCrum, the other tournament sponsors, and the golfers that come out to support Trinity Cafe,” says Jeff Darrey, founder of Trinity Cafe. “It’s significant contributions like this that make it possible for us to expand. We are so thankful for FrankCrum’s continued support.” The annual event has raised more than $1,000,000 to date.
Golf Tournament Photos
Homeless Empowerment Program (HEP)
Since 1986, HEP has provided homeless and very low-income families and individuals, including Veterans with housing, food, clothing and the support services necessary to obtain self-sufficiency and improved quality of life. In just one year, HEP helped more than 1,200 people get back on their feet. The 400-bed facility serves about 114,000 meals annually. Haley Crum serves on the Board of Directors as Vice Chair.