TREES FOR THREES presented by PwC
The Cleveland Cavaliers and PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), a multinational professional services firm, are working together to make our community greener through “Trees for Threes”.
PwC and the Cavaliers have committed to planting one tree for every three pointer the Cavs make during regular season home games. Petitti Garden Centers will also support the launch of this initiative in our community by providing all of the trees. The trees will be planted throughout Northeast Ohio with the help of Cavs team members, PwC employees, and local volunteers. Together, the Cavs and PwC are enriching the areas where people live and work, helping to sustain the environment and provide green space for generations to come.
Be sure to follow the Cavs through the season to see how many trees PwC and the Cavs will be planting in Northeast Ohio. More information and an up-to-date count can be found here.
Team members of the Cavaliers Operating Company, including members of the Cavaliers, Lake Erie Monsters, Canton Charge, Cleveland Gladiators and Quicken Loans Arena, strive to make a difference in our community through volunteer projects and opportunities. Team members have the opportunity to volunteer for organizational programs and initiatives as well as with local non-profit agencies a minimum of four hours each month. Through volunteer opportunities, service on non-profit boards and participation in local philanthropic activities, the Cavaliers Operating Company is striving to be a champion in the community.
The mission of the Cavaliers Legends Alumni Program is to promote, enhance and preserve the team’s lineage by acting as a resource of support for former players. The Legends group also allows fans to reconnect with the history of Cavaliers basketball and maintain strong relationships within its local and surrounding communities. Cavaliers Legends who are currently involved in the program include Austin Carr, Campy Russell, Jim Chones, Barry Clemens, Larry Nance, Bingo Smith, Harry Davis and Elmore Smith.
The Eco-Maniacs, a group of Cavaliers Operating Company team members, strive to establish Quicken Loans Arena, the Cleveland Cavaliers, Lake Erie Monsters, Cleveland Gladiators, Canton Charge and ARAMARK as leaders in environmental stewardship in our local, state, national and global communities. Through employee participation and action, facility management and maintenance, and community outreach, we aim to become a leader in social responsibility and bring attention to the importance of protecting and nurturing the environment.