ARC Cares

ARC Cares

ARC has been working to help meet the needs of small to medium sized businesses for over 30 years. Our passion for helping to insure our clients’ success has inspired us to give back to the communities where we do business.

Some of the Annual Events ARC & Its Employees Support

Toys for Tots Scentsy Buddy Donations

Toys for Tots

ARC Excess & Surplus offices around the country participated in a Toys for Tots drive that also included Scentsy Buddies – stuffed animals (some are Disney, Star Wars, Marvel) that kids love because they are a great comfort, they smell good, and are a great size for a child to cuddle with.

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John Theissen Children's Foundation

John Theissen Children's Foundation

Team members of the New York office of ARC Excess & Surplus conducted a toy drive to support the John Theissen Children’s Foundation, a Long Island-based organization that provide hospitals and child-care facilities with therapeutic and recreational equipment, supports families with financial assistance to defray medical expenses, offers sick and needy children toys throughout the holiday season, and fulfills patient’s (ages birth to 18 years old) wishlists throughout the year.

NYU Winthrop Child Life Program Holiday Toy Drive

NYU Winthrop Hospital Children's Medical Center

For the past twenty (20) years, The ARC employees have come together to run a holiday toy drive for the NYU Winthrop Child Life Program. The toys are delivered by “Santa” and a pizza party is also provided for all of the children and their families as well as the entire Pediatric Nursing and medical staff. The folks at NYU Child Life repeatedly say that the ARC sponsored Holiday Event is the “most looked-forward to” holiday event on the floor.

Island Harvest

Island Harvest

The NY office of ARC Excess & Surplus collected and donated food items to Island Harvest to help those less fortunate during the holiday season. Island Harvest works with businesses and members of the public to donate food and pioneer innovative distribution methods to those in need.

PLUS Foundation Heroes & Helpers

PLUS Foundation

Team members of both ARC Excess & Surplus and Professional Risk Facilities (PRF) are humbled to have recently been recognized by the PLUS Foundation as Heroes & Helpers. Orchestrated by Stephen Cavallaro, Karen Unalp, Peter Wendling and Mark Cavallaro, and with the help of generous donations from our employees, we were able to deliver a truckload of food and essentials to the Church of St. Aidan food pantry. Our team was also able to raise $2,000 in cash for Island Harvest Food BankLearn more…

Recent Events

Ukrainian Relief Donations

March 17, 2022

The Town of Oyster Bay is holding a Humanitarian Relief Drive to help those suffering and displaced in Ukraine. The drive is being held from Monday, March 7th through Friday, March 25th. Collection bins are located at Town Hall South, Town Hall North, and at the Town of Oyster Bay Ice Skating Center located at Bethpage Community Park. ARC employees have already made two trips of donations (one last week and one this week) in support of Ukrainian relief efforts. Among the desperately needed items that were donated were diapers and wet wipes, masks, bandages, and personal hygiene products.

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A Generous Donation to the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

December 1, 2021

Robin Valerio and our Mid-Atlantic team worked together to collect and donate 175 Scentsy Buddies to the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. This generous donation put smiles on the faces of children throughout the pediatric hospital. Making the Holiday Season Brighter Robin’s mother-in-law, a staff member at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, was able to provide us with a firsthand account of this donation’s positive impact. “The children’s faces lit up in excitement when receiving their Buddies! These toys provide the children with a genuine sense of comfort. In addition, many nurses actually check the vital signs on the Buddies first,

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Toys for Tots Scentsy Buddy Donation

December 23, 2020

ARC Excess & Surplus offices around the country participated in a Toys for Tots drive that also included Scentsy Buddies – stuffed animals (some are Disney, Star Wars, Marvel) that kids love because they are a great comfort, they smell good, and are a great size for a child to cuddle with.

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ARC & PRF Recognized by the PLUS Foundation

May 29, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to have a drastic effect on everybody living within our community; and our team is doing its best to help those in need during these uncertain times. PLUS Foundation Heroes & Helpers The team members of both ARC Excess & Surplus and Professional Risk Facilities (PRF) are humbled to have recently been recognized by the PLUS Foundation as Heroes & Helpers. Orchestrated by Stephen Cavallaro, Karen Unalp, Peter Wendling and Mark Cavallaro, and with the help of generous donations from our employees, we were able to deliver a truckload of food and essentials to the Church of St.

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Pink Ribbon Women’s Fluke Fishing Tournament

August 2, 2019

For the Past Five years, ARC’s Rob Crocitto, a/k/a “Captain Rob”, has run in conjunction with The Staten Island Fishing Club, an annual Women’s Fluke Fishing Tournament. This Tournament was organized to raise money for the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides for Breast Cancer Walk. This tournament requires participating anglers (women only) to make a donation to The American Cancer Society. Over the past Five (5) years This tournament has raised over $100,000 for the American Cancer Society and each year, since inception, the ARC Team has won the award for the highest fundraiser.

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Manhattan Cup Striped Bass Fishing Tournament

June 7, 2019

Every Year ARC sponsors Rob Crocitto’s boat in the Manhattan Cup Striped Bass Fishing Tournament. This tournament benefits our Armed Forces active duty members and veterans. Each Year Rob Crocitto takes our vets fishing, and ARC has been a key sponsor of this great event since its inception.

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