CRS Jet Spares actively participates in various philanthropic organizations within the South Florida community.

Gilda’s Club South Florida

gildas-club-logoGilda’s Club South Florida is a free cancer support community for women, men, children, and teens with all types of cancer and their families and friends. They offer networking groups, lectures, workshops, specialized children’s and teen programs, and social events in a nonresidential, non-medical, home-like setting. The clubhouse is located in a historic home in downtown Fort Lauderdale on the Tarpon River.

Jack & Jill Children’s Center

jack-and-jill-logoJack & Jill Children’s Center is a non-profit organization that provides family oriented early childhood education and support to strengthen working families of Broward County. The accredited program supports the intellectual, emotional, physical and social development of young children.

Museum of Discovery and Science

mods-logoThe mission of the Museum of Discovery and Science (MODS) is to provide experiential pathways to lifelong learning in science for children and adults through exhibits, programs and films. The museum features dynamic interactive exhibits in the natural and physical sciences and a large array of programs designed to serve diverse audiences. MODS serves almost 500,000 visitors each year and is the primary destination for school field trips in Broward County.

Broward College

broward-college-logoCRS Jet Spares donated a Raytheon Premier fuselage to the Broward College Aviation Maintenance Technology program. This fuselage is a composite structure with a honeycomb core made from such materials as fiberglass, Kevlar and carbon fibers. It is the latest technology in aircraft fuselage manufacturing because of its light weight, exceptional strength and efficiency exceeding that of aircrafts composed of aluminum sheet metal. Because of the rising cost of fuel, a lighter aircraft enhances fuel efficiency. In response, the industry is seeing an increase in the number of aircraft being manufactured from composite materials. The donation enabled the Aviation Institute to enhance the curriculum for students with precise training and state-of-the-art techniques using the latest equipment flown in the industry today.