Chesapeake Contracting Group and its employees select several organizations and foundations each year to be the recipients of Chesapeake’s charitable contributions and participation in fund-raising events. Several detailed examples are outlined below.

American Technion Society
Based in New York City, the American Technion Society (ATS) provides critical support to the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, ranked among the world's leading science and technology universities.

Associated Jewish Charities (The)
The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore is Baltimore’s central philanthropic and community-building organization whose mission is to preserve and enhance Jewish life. It addresses charitable, educational, religious, humanitarian, health, cultural and social needs of the Jewish community locally, nationally, in Israel and throughout the world.

Hampstead Hill Academy
Chesapeake, a proud supporter of local education, organized a fundraising effort for the Hampstead Hill Academy. The grant was presented to the Baltimore City Public School in 2013.

Hospice of Chesapeake
Hospice of Chesapeake serves our community – helping people with advanced illness, in their own homes or at one of their Hospice Houses. They care for the sick, comfort the grieving, support our children, teach the community and staff crisis hotlines. Hospice of Chesapeake does this without regard for payment. Chesapeake provides support to Hospice of Chesapeake in hopes that they will always be available when needed.

LifeBridge Health
As one of the largest, most comprehensive and most highly respected providers of health-related services to the people of the Northwest Baltimore region, LifeBridge Health advocates preventive services, wellness and fitness services and programs to educate and support the communities it serves. Chesapeake’s contributions sustain the missions of Sinai Hospital, Northwest Hospital, Levindale and Courtland Gardens.

McDonogh School
A coeducational day and boarding college preparatory school, McDonogh currently enrolls 1,298 students from kindergarten through 12th grade. As an independent school, McDonogh is privately supported by alumni, parents, and friends in many ways. Chesapeake has several close ties to the school, having hired a number of McDonogh graduates as well as numerous employees whose children are current students.

University of Maryland Medical System (UMMS) - Greenebaum Cancer Center (GCC)
Chesapeake’s contributes to the University of Maryland Medical System Foundation help to advance healthcare excellence across the University of Maryland Medical System. This support helps UMMS continue to deliver compassionate patient care in facilities that are commensurate with their expertise. It also allows UMMS to purchase the newest technologies and equipment, continue and enhance their patient and family-care programs and improve the overall patient experience. Our President, Bobby Ginsberg, has served on the Greenebaum Cancer Center board of advisors for over twenty years.