Community Involvement

Giving back to the community—both locally and globally—is important to The SEB Group, Inc. The following charitable organizations are personally supported by Sharon or The SEB Group, Inc., staff.

WHYY

 

Avenue-of-the-Arts

 

Face-to-Face-AIDS-Project

 

Bpeace

 

Long-Island-Cares

 

Tanenbaum

 

WHYY is Greater Philadelphia's leading public media provider, serving southeastern Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey and all of Delaware for more than 50 years.

 

The Avenue of the Arts, Inc. (AAI), is an independent nonprofit organization created in 1993 to coordinate and oversee the growth and development of the Avenue of the Arts. The geographic boundaries for the Avenue of the Arts are Broad Street, one block east and west, from Washington Avenue on the south to Glenwood Avenue on the north. AAI works closely with district businesses, and arts and entertainment entities to promote the district as a center for tourism and commercial activities.

 

The Face-to-Face AIDS Project (F2F) believes profound change is possible if a community has the collective mindset and leadership structure to take ownership of its future. Rather than telling people what to do, F2F prefers to tackle specific issues such as HIV, orphan care, or women’s rights by equipping the community with the tools to come up with solutions on their own.

 

 

Bpeace is a nonprofit network of business professionals who volunteer skills to entrepreneurs in conflict-affected countries to help them create significant employment for all and expand the economic power of women.

 

 

Founded by the late Harry Chapin, Long Island Cares brings together all available resources for the benefit of the hungry on Long Island and provides to the best of their ability for the humanitarian needs of our community. We provide food when and where it’s needed while promoting self-sufficiency and public education.

 

Tanenbaum offers real-world solutions to a real-world problem: religious discrimination and hate. Tanenbaum’s core work is to change the way people actually treat one another—what you believe makes no difference if you are unable to treat your fellow women and men as valued human beings.