KBE Donates $134K, Nearly 2,000 Volunteer Hours

| December 19, 2014 | 0 Comments


Farmington, CT – Residents of various parts of Connecticut received meals, gifts, scholarships, and more, thanks to donations and volunteer time contributed by KBE Building Corp.’s Northeast regional office in 2014 – the sixth year of the firm’s corporate philanthropic program, 50 Ways to Make a Difference.

Donations went to Jewish Senior Services fall gala, local homeless shelters, Racing 4 Vets, Tons of Toys (Greater Hartford Chamber of Commerce), and the Tower One/Tower East Wellness Program.

Endowed scholarships at Eastern Connecticut State University and Western Connecticut State University will benefit 11 students, and scholarships for Connecticut technical high school students pursuing post-high-school educational programs in a building industry-related field will benefit 17 students. 

Volunteers worked on Breakfast with the Easter Bunny for military families at the Connecticut State Armory, Gift of Gobble Thanksgiving meals for 200 families and the Cardinal Shehan Center back-to-school backpack drive, as well as the 17th annual run for the Cove Center for Grieving Children, Association of Builders and Contractors – CT – Construction Rodeo, Connecticut Brain Tumor Alliance Walk, Dream Ride Special Olympics, Hole in the Wall Gang Camp Challenge Ride, St. Francis Hospital’s Swing Golf Tournament, and WFSB Channel 3 Kids Camp.



Category: All, Charity, Connecticut

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