Choate Construction Company’s commitment to the community was established with their first clients, which were 501(c)3 not-for-profit organizations. Since inception, Choate Construction actively promotes giving back to the community. Throughout the Southeast, Choate supports many charitable endeavors that vary from office to office but all support a major underlying current at Choate: social responsibility.
GreenPrint works with clients to create a positive impact on the environment. We develop and operate low carbon and reduced emission fuel programs through our patent protected platform with an initial focus on the gasoline and fleet industries. We enable our clients to build stakeholder goodwill, differentiate themselves from their competition, build customer loyalty, and win new business, while creating a net-positive impact on the environment.
At 3Ci, it’s all about “giving forward.” As Owner & CEO Don Barden would say, “giving back assumes you took something. Great leaders ‘give forward,’ without any expectation of anything in return.” It is our mission at 3Ci to continue to invest in and serve communities and causes that positively impact the people of Georgia. You can find us taking 250 U.S. Army Rangers to an Atlanta Hawks game for Christmas every year, or working on our 14th Habitat Home this spring, or donating our time and fundraising dollars to support technology initiatives for women, minorities, and children in Atlanta. At 3Ci we believe in serving our community so much, that we made it our mission statement; “We exist to ignite the success of our people, customers, business partners, and community.” How can we serve you?
Pro bono work and social responsibility are part of the very DNA of Dentons. Our Firm shares a rich culture of dedication to the communities in which we live and work. When we first came together to form Dentons, we all shared the same core value of being in and of the community. Our people not only understand different cultures and local customs, they are part of them.
Broker Scott Askew reminds all Advisors during every staff meeting: “We are very fortunate to do what we do and to own what we have. Let’s make sure to give back to our community along the way.” This simple notion has become the cornerstone of Engel & Völkers’ philosophy, and it is reflected within all parts of our organization.
O’Steen Subaru & Volkswagen of Valdosta is family owned and operated. Since opening our doors in Valdosta, focusing on giving back to the community and those in need has always been our number one priority. We have the joy to work with many local charities such as Boys & Girls Club, Greater Valdosta United Way, B.A.R.C. Humane Society, LEIF Foundation, The James Eunice Foundation and so much more. We are proud to be part of the Valdosta and South Georgia community, and it is important to everyone at O’Steen to give back.
North Highland wants to create sustainable, long-term economic empowerment in the communities in which we work and live. Our end goal will be to stop poverty before it starts. To do that, we must fix the root causes of poverty, not just its symptoms, through disruptive new approaches.
Here at Heyward Allen Cadillac, Buick, GMC & Toyota we strongly believe in giving back. Our charitable involvement includes donations, sponsorships, board memberships and special endeavors.
three believes in company culture and instills a philanthropic, service-oriented mindset in all employees.
Almost a decade ago, LocumTenens.com made corporate social responsibility a part of our strategic business platform and consider it an important KPI in the measure of our success. We believe making an impact globally and right here in our community is an essential component of what makes our company and our associates successful.