CFC Properties, a Cook Group Company, was founded in 1973 to restore architecturally significant structures, eventually leading to the revitalization of downtown Bloomington. CFC’s reach extends into other communities as well. We were founded on core values of mutual respect, acting with integrity, and committing a deep sense of quality to our structures, our communities and to the services provided for our customers. Racism and injustice exist everywhere and adversely impact human dignity as well as access to education, jobs, housing, justice, and healthcare. Injustice and intolerance must be addressed, both within CFC and in our broader communities; we recognize our own responsibility to make the necessary changes.
To that end, we commit to a conscientious effort to remove barriers that block progress for people and communities. We affirmatively commit to having zero tolerance for and standing against racism, inequality, and discrimination in all forms. We declare our shared commitment to listen to, learn from, and empower our employees and communities to make impactful changes toward combating racism.
We stand together with our CFC and Cook families and their global communities to combat any form of racism. We can and will do more to create a more equitable society that allows all of us to reach our full potential.
To learn more about how Cook is providing an equal opportunity and understanding for everyone, please visit their site here.