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Community Engagement

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Making a Child’s Wish Come True

Our New York office has a team of Make-A-Wish volunteers who have helped pool resources from across our industry through the Metro New York Chapter’s Real Estate Council. Make-A-Wish calls on the Real Estate Council whenever a construction-related wish comes up, which was the case with Romeo. A talented artist who has autoimmune polyglandular syndrome, Romeo wished to make over his bedroom into a cool space where he can do his artwork, play video games and hang out with friends. Led by Structure Tone and Eric DeSimone of Savanna Funds, the Real Estate Council went to work, replacing the carpet with new wood flooring, painting and adding new lighting, new furniture and a brand-new flat screen TV. Structure Tone’s Tom Lynch supervised the project while Karly O’Brien monitored all the costs and material procurement. Tom, Karly, Kaicer Gaona, Jr, Mike Caroselli, Kevin Mulvey and Dan Finnegan all then pitched in to install all the pieces and make the transformation complete.

May 28, 2017

US organizations we support
International organizations we support
Steps for charity
Non-profit organizations supported by STO Holiday Giving Back

$13,000 +

Donated to local charities

100 +

Bags full of toys donated in Toy Drives.


Pairs of jeans worn to raise $1,430 for multiple charities


Bags of groceries collected, plus a $10,000 donation

We’re a family-oriented company, built on a fundamental commitment to create permanent, positive impact in the communities where we live and work.

Since our founding, creating lasting and positive impact in the communities we work in has been an essential part of our core responsibility and values. Employees frequently volunteer, participate in fundraisers, and engage in other community-focused events. We support, encourage and recognize our employees’ brilliant efforts to help address causes and improve our communities.

We are so proud of our employees’ efforts from chairing major events to raising desperately needed funds for surgery, to building a new playground, and working with high school students interested in construction and engineering careers. Staff throughout our organization invest their time and resources to make an essential and lasting difference in people’s lives.

Annual Golf Classic for Michael Hickey

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Structure Tone Dublin hosted their 5th Annual Golf Classic at The K Club, Dublin to enable Michael Hickey, who suffers from cerebral palsy, to travel to St. Louis Children’s Hospital in the US for treatment. Michael’s family is raising funds for the selective dorsal rhizotomy (SDR) procedure. €25,000 was raised through the generosity of our friends and partners in the construction industry. Since the event, Michael’s family raised the €60,000 required for his surgery, and he is scheduled to travel to the US before the end of the year.

February 15, 2016

National Multiple Sclerosis Society Climb to the Top of the Rock

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Structure Tone New York is a sponsor and long-time supporter of both the Annual Race Against MS and the Society’s mission. The Climb to the Top of the Rock event raises funds to assist people living with multiple sclerosis and to support cutting-edge research to find a cure for the disease. The New York City–Southern New York Chapter of the National MS Society is committed to helping the 10,000 people living with multiple sclerosis in the five boroughs and Westchester, Putnam, Rockland, Orange and Sullivan Counties to move their lives forward. The chapter raises funds locally to support the Society’s critical research initiatives and to provide hundreds of comprehensive support services and educational programs for people living with MS, and their families and friends. 

February 28, 2016 

Explorers Program

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For the sixth year in a row, Structure Tone New York has participated in NY Exploring’s career exploring program. NY Exploring is a premier career-awareness program for high school students in New York City. Our staff assists the students in expanding their understanding of construction, architecture and engineering in the five-week course. The students learn about project phases, project drawings, take-off’s and developing the full cost of a construction project and are divided into groups to work on their project assignments. 

March 22, 2016 

American Heart Society 5k run

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Structure Tone and its’ employees participate in the annual 5K Heart Run for the American Heart Association in New York City. Each year our employees raise money for this worthy cause to help fight heart disease.

March 25, 2016

United Way Contributions

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We have partnered with United Way since 1996. Each year, Structure Tone New York employees raise approximately $100,000 for United Way through both payroll contributions and by supporting United Way of New York City’s Gridiron Gala, the 40-year-plus fundraising collaboration with the NFL. 

April 4, 2016

St Dominic's event 2016

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Friends of Saint Dominic’s Home is a non-profit organization dedicated to the aid of the disabled, disadvantaged or vocationally challenged.  Structure Tone helped raise more than $1.3 million at the 35th Annual Business and Labor Awards Dinner in New York City. The dinner was attended by over 1,100 business and labor-union leaders and executives in the construction, development and real estate industries. Chairman of the Dinner Committee, Structure Tone’s Eugene Peter White, presided over the event, which honored Carl Galioto, Senior Principal, HOK and Joseph Geiger, Executive Secretary Treasurer, New York City and Vicinity District Council of Carpenters.

February 1, 2016