40 Good Deeds for 40 Great Years
A business doesn’t get through 40 successful years without the support of its community. As part of their 40th anniversary celebrations, our Structure Tone Southwest team is giving back—in a big way. Employees have committed to supporting 40 different community events and organizations throughout 2017, from volunteering time at animal shelters and children’s camps to donating school supplies and clothing.
So far the team has hosted a blood drive for Carter BloodCare, sorted shoes for Buckner Shoes for Orphan Souls, sponsored a team in a 5k run to benefit the Dallas Center for the Arts, worked on a needy family’s home with Habitat for Humanity and volunteered with the Richardson Humane Society, Meals on Wheels and Wings of Hope, which provides opportunities for children and adults with physical, mental and emotional challenges to interact with gentle horses. The team even climbed 100 stories (940 feet!) of stairs in the Reunion Tower in Dallas to raise money for the Wounded Warriors Foundation.
“We are a member of our community and it’s our obligation to take that responsibility seriously. We give back to community organizations every year, but it’s all the more rewarding to take our efforts even further this year by sharing our success with those who need our help most. Plus, it allows us all to bond and share some camaraderie with each other” says John Halpin, Structure Tone Southwest’s human resources manager.
To check in on the company’s community work throughout the year, follow #STSWis40 and #40GoodDeeds on your favorite social media site.