Majestic Realty Co. Tenants Raise More Than $120,000 for San Gabriel Valley Nonprofits

December 15, 2010 |

For the tenth consecutive holiday season, the Majestic Realty Foundation and tenants at Majestic Realty Co.’s Crossroads Business Park joined forces at the annual Crossroads Holiday Fundraiser to raise funds for local charities.  The 2010 event raised more than $120,000.

“Each year we are thrilled by the enthusiasm and support this event generates,” said Dave Bui, vice president, Majestic Realty’s office properties group.  “We are happy to support the tremendous work of the nonprofit sector right in our own backyard, and partnering with our tenants is a great way to help build sustainable communities.”

Guests enjoyed the festivities at the Atrium building at Crossroads Business Park


Proceeds from the Dec. 9 event will support four local nonprofit organizations:

  • East Valley Community Health Center—A Community Health Center that provides quality and accessible healthcare and health education services via two clinics in West Covina and Pomona to the low-income and underserved population of the East San Gabriel and Pomona Valleys.
  • Mt. San Antonio College Foundation—An organization which raises funds to support Mt. SAC and provide affordable, quality education to local students.  The Foundation supports unique programs on campus including the fire technology department, which helps to prepare the next generation of firefighters and paramedics, as well as the childhood development center which welcomes children of students, staff and community members from birth to age five regardless of gender, ethnicity, or physical disability.
  • Project Sister Family Services (PSFS)—The mission of Project Sister Family Services (PSFS) is to reduce the trauma and risk of sexual violence and child abuse. The organization provides a variety of crisis intervention services and prevention programs in the Eastern portion of Los Angeles County and the western portion of San Bernardino County.
  • THINK Together—An organization that provides free high quality academically-oriented after-school programs to more than 70,000 students in Southern California regardless of race, creed or socioeconomic status.


“Once again, THINK Together and the more than 8,000 academically at-risk students that we serve in the San Gabriel Valley are truly grateful to be one of the designated recipients of this year’s Crossroads Holiday Fundraiser.  We appreciate, not only the financial contribution that Majestic Realty Foundation is able to provide but as a high-quality after-school program, we are humbled by this show of confirmation over the work that we do,” said Randy Barth, founder and CEO.

Santa Claus visits with the guests during the Dec. 9 luncheon.
More than 1,300 attendees participated in the event.


More than 1,300 Majestic tenants, employees, vendors and guests attended the event, which was held at the Atrium Building of Crossroads Business Park. Guests purchased opportunity drawing tickets for the chance to win luxurious gift baskets, prizes and vacations, with all proceeds benefiting the selected nonprofits.  Additionally, guests brought donations of new, unwrapped toys to benefit the El Monte / South El Monte Emergency Resource Association. This year attendees were greeted by Santa Claus and treated to live performances by the Mt. San Antonio College Chamber Singers and the Jazz Band.  The Chamber Singers have won international acclaim as “Choir of the World” at an international musical competition in Wales.  Following the event, the fruit basket centerpieces were donated to two local food pantries – St. Stephen’s Community Outreach Program in Monterey Park and St. John Vianney Food Pantry in Hacienda Heights.

To reinforce employee giving, the contributions of all Majestic Realty Co. /Commerce Construction employees were matched two-to-one by the foundation’s generous employee matching program, funded by Majestic Realty Co. Chairman and CEO Edward P. Roski, Jr. and president, David A. Wheeler.

“Our employees are generous year-round, but it is especially gratifying to see their willingness to give during the holiday season, when so many local families are in need,” Roski said.

“At Majestic, we strive to be a leader in our field when it comes to philanthropic activities,” said Fran Inman, founding president of the Majestic Realty Foundation.  Not only do we look for creative ways to help the communities where we do business, but we also challenge ourselves to find ways to partner with our tenants and our suppliers to have an even bigger impact. This year, we once again achieved those goals.”

This year more than one hundred companies contributed gift items for the opportunity drawing resulting in more than 200 opportunity drawing prizes.  Those donors included:

Adventure City Theme Park
American Industrial Real Estate Association
Alert Insulation Co., Inc.
Amy’s Playground
APC by Schneider Electric
APM Property Maintenance, Inc.
Apollo Electric
Aquarium of the Pacific
ASICS American Corporation
Avi Resort & Casino
Ben & Jerry’s
Brea Improv
Brighton, Inc.
Burnswick West Covina Lanes
Camacho’s Universal City Walk
Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts
Cimarron Sign Services
City Lights Cruises
Clark & Sons Contracting Corp.
Commerce Construction Co., LP
Crain & Associates
Digital Map Products
Evergreen Environments
Ferguson Parts and Packaging
Foot Locker
Fox Publicity- Manager
General Cable
Guard Systems
Guy Fieri
Helen’s Cycle’s
Heritage Square Museum
Hof’s Hut Restaurant & Bakery
Hunter Landscape
Impex, Inc.
In N Out
Inland Commercial Flooring
Invicta Consulting, Inc
Irvine Park Railroad
KAO Brands Company
Kidspace Children’s Museum
King of Detail
Klein & Wilson
KONG Company
Krikorian Premiere Theatres
Laptop Lunches – Obentec, Inc.
Laser Care
Laurel A. Peniche, Attorney at Law
Leighton Consulting, Inc.
Locks Plus
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Los Angeles Zoo
Majestic Management Co.
Majestic Realty Co.
Mattel Children’s Foundation
Medieval Times
Melissa’s World Variety Produce, Inc.
Merrill & Associates
Mt. Baldy Ski Lifts Inc.
National Distribution Centers
Neudesic, LLC
Ontario Improv
Oriental Trading Company, Inc.
Pacific Palms Hotel and Resort
Pacific Park @ Santa Monica Pier
Page Museum at the La Brea Tar Pits
Panelized Structures
Paramount Pictures, Inc.
Pentax Imaging Company
Perkins Family
Petersen Automotive Museum
Pomona Valley Wine Co.
Republic ITS
RETransform/Annet Technology
Ruevac Property Services
Rymax Electric, Inc.
Sam Ash Music
Sanders & Wohrman Corporation
Sanrio Co., LTD
Santa Ana Zoo
Santa Anita Park – Los Angeles Turf Club, Inc.
Sawdust Art & Craft Festival
SeaWorld San Diego
See’s Candies
Silverton Casino Lodge
Spirit Cruises
Sugarplum Visions
The Festival of Arts Laguna Beach
The Gymboree Corporation
The Huntington Library
The Ice House Comedy Club
The Laguna Playhouse
The Reimann Law Group
The World Famous Laugh Factory, Long Beach
The World Famous Laugh Factory, West Hollywood
Tucker Family
Union Pacific Railroad
United Paving Co.
WAC Lighting
Willdan Engineering
Yard House Restaurants
Zacky Farms, LLC
Zoological Society of San Diego
ZTNet Solutions


Established in 2002, the Majestic Realty Foundation provides grants and other support to charitable community partners that work the areas of youth, family, education, violence prevention and health in the communities where Majestic Realty Co., one of the nation’s leading private commercial real estate developers, does business. For more information, visit

Founded in 1948, Majestic Realty Co. is one of the nation’s oldest and largest privately held real estate firms, with an office, retail and industrial portfolio totaling approximately 70 million square feet. The Southern California-based company is a diversified real estate developer specializing in the planning and development of premier master planned business parks and retail centers. Headquartered in City of Industry, CA, Majestic Realty also has offices in Atlanta, Bethlehem, Dallas, Denver and Las Vegas. For more information, visit

Media Contact:
Fran Inman
Majestic Realty Foundation
(562) 948-4375