As part of the CSR plan for the I-66 highway project, which it reviews annually, Cintra has carried out two initiatives aimed at contributing to the well-being of the area’s residents.
On the one hand, it has sponsored the “Starlight Cinema” event of the Fairfax County Parks Foundation and, on the other, it supports the “Collect for Kids” program of the Foundation for Fairfax County Public Schools.
For the third consecutive year, Cintra sponsored the Fairfax County Parks Foundation’s Starlight Cinema event. This film-on-wheels festival offers area residents in the vicinity of the Route 28 interchange a series of films that combine the infrastructure improvement project with the drive-in movie experience.
The second initiative that Cintra has supported is the Fairfax County Public Schools Foundation’s “Collect for Kids” program, which provided school supplies to 100 children at their back-to-school event on August 23. The kits were distributed to the three elementary schools in the I-66 catchment area.
These two initiatives reinforce the I-66 project’s commitment to the community in which it operates. Other actions carried out by the project and which fall within its CSR plan are the sponsorship of the Prince William Regional Science and Engineering Fair, the donation of food by employees – Food for Others and Haymarket Regional Food Pantry or the donation to the Fairfax County Public Schools Foundation for the STEM education scholarship fund.