44C — March 30 - April 12, 2018 — The Best of 2017 — M id A tlantic

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Best Giving back of 2017

AKF Group MD honors charitable giving commitments to organizations such as Cycle for Survival, National Multiple Sclerosis Society, American Heart Association, Save the Children, Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, and more. AKF PA Group ’s high performance building lab, In Posse, is active in the Philadelphia com- munity, partnering with the Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education (SCEE). In Posse works with SCEE on various volunteer opportunities, including SCEE’s forest stewardship efforts. In Posse also partners with Philadelphia’s Community Partnership School (CPS) to provide an engineering introduction to students. The student body at CPS is largely comprised of children from traditionally underserved parts of North Philadelphia and the surrounding area. Through an equal and open partnership between school personnel and families, CPS empowers and supports hardworking and motivated students and better positions them to achieve their dreams. Each year, In Posse provides classroom lessons to students and then holds an engineering fair where the students get an opportunity to learn about science and engineering hands-on. AKF Group NJ AKF honors charitable giving commitments to organizations such as Cycle for Survival, National Multiple Sclerosis Society, American Heart Association, Save the Children, Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, and more.

Bennett Williams donates toys to Toys for Tots, Silver Sponsor to Project HEAL, Sponsor to Rutter’s Children’s

Charities Golf Outing, Participant in Easter Seals Drive It for Disabilities Golf Tournament, Monetary donation to the West Chester Foundation, Sponsor for Dover Eagle Founda- tion P.R.O.U.D. Golf, Monetary donation to the March of Dimes, Monetary donation to the Cultural Alliance, Mone- tary donation to Sweet Grace Ministries, Monetary donation to Lancaster Chamber of Commerce, Member contribution to Better York, Monetary donation to American Cancer So- ciety, Monetary donation to Penn State York baseball team, Monetary donation to Central PA Food Bank, Monetary do- nation to Springettsbury Township Volunteer Fire Company Annual Fund Drive, Donation of hand sanitizers to Realtors Association of York and Adams County collection for the homeless, Monetary contribution to American Cancer Soci- ety, Monetary donation to Thoroughbred Charities. Premier Compaction Systems, LLC: Toys for tots - Hudson Yards. State of NJ Coutt Divi- sion - ISP Program. QPSI Holiday Gift Drive. Lend lease st. Lukes food bank & toy drive. ment in the resurgence of the city of Camden, NJ, we have had the opportunity to work with incredible non- profits and people who have a direct hand in improving the quality of life for residents. With our team regularly working at a variety of sites in Camden, we were introduced to a man named Ray Jones, a graduate of Camden High and 30 year retired police captain. A few years ago, he and a few of his classmates gathered at a reunion and had the idea of starting a non- profit called CHS 1979 & Associates with a mission to help their Camden community. In just three years, the small organization has grown to support education, qual- ity of life and senior citizen causes throughout Camden, while also delivering thousands of Christmas presents to children throughout city. Inspired by Ray, Torcon united nearly a 20 of our subcon- tractors to support his charity’s annual toy drive, pledg- ing to make it the largest to date. Our team donated more than 200 toys to the drive, and rallied our subcontractors to participate by contributing cash and presents at each jobsite. After collecting both toys and funds to support the drive, Torcon kicked off the campaign with a surprise visit from Santa for the children at a local daycare. As our volun- teers helped deliver the toys and join in the holiday cheer with the children. Associates, is a Trustee and member of the Emmanu- el Cancer Foundation (ECF) Board. ECF provides NJ families faced with the crisis of pediatric cancer a place to turn for comfort and support through professional in- home counseling and assistance. David has served as the Golf Chairman for the founda- tion and conducted its annual golf outing for the past three years. In 2017 the ECF golf outing, titled, Mak- ing a Difference for Kids With Cancer, raised $75,000. “We had a beautiful, amazing day with 96 golfers on the course in 2017. I thank the many clients, colleagues and friends who participated because it is such a worthy cause,” said Zimmel. David is serving as Golf Chairman again in 2018 and looks forward to beating last year’s numbers. At Torcon, from the top down, all our employees take great pride in giving back to the communities where we work and live. Through our heavy involve- Zimmel Associates Supports Emmanuel Cancer Foundation Fundraising Campaign David Zimmel, CEO, Zimmel

The Goldenberg Group maintains a reputation for strong community partnerships and views each development proj-

Through the IMC Charitable Foun- dation , our mission statement is to provide charitable giving to help and empower nonprofit organizations in our

community. IMC employees are active members within the community where we live and work. This is not mandated but comes from the heart of our employees and their personal interests and is ingrained in our company culture. IMC connects with communities through outreach, education, sponsorship and fundraising efforts locally near many of our construction projects. To date, the IMC Charitable Foundation has assisted more than 125 local non-profits within our community.

ect as an opportunity to expand its positive impact on Philadelphia neighborhoods. Through this develop- ment, The Goldenberg Group continues to collabo- rate with various community organizations including Bridge of Hope CDC, Dunbar Promise Academy, Pen- rose Playground, The Blackhawks Athletic League, and Tree House Books. Since 2014, through the company’s monthly volunteer program, the developer has com- pleted more than 20 service projects in the immediate neighborhood, including distributing books to local youth, renovating the school’s gym, teachers’ lounge and classrooms, and providing Thanksgiving meals for families in need. firm’s culture to support our surrounding communities and use our strength to pick up others. Sax offers team members a paid time off day to use for volunteering for charity, and facilitates a number of volunteer events and donation drives annually to make it easy for team members to give back to local organizations including Paterson Habitat for Humanity, Oasis – A Haven for Women and Children, The Community FoodBank of NJ, American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer, United Way of Passaic County and the New Jersey Community Development Corporation.a Since 2012, Sax has held their annual run/walk event called the 4 Miler at Garret Mountain which raises money for the Child Life Department at St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital in Paterson, NJ. In 2017, the firm raised $67,000 which brought the total raised since the event’s inception to over $370,000 that directly benefits the hospital’s pediatric patients undergoing treatment. Sax strives for more than growth and success for the firm. It is embedded in the Washington, DC are committed to a healthy work envi- ronment for our employees. Our company takes pride in the work we do and the values that define us: Skanska’s Core Values. These values not only shape the image of our company, but the reputation and lives of our em- ployees as well. These values include: • Care for Life • Act Ethically and Transparently • Be Better – Together • Commit to Customers Many companies preach the importance of safety – es- pecially companies in the construction industry – but Skanska practices what it preaches every day. Skanska aims to create a culture that empowers all employees to prevent accidents so they get home safely to their fami- lies each and every day. Skanska USA’s Mid-Atlantic offices in Philadelphia, PA and

At SERVPRO , we strive to be more than your preferred restoration company; we

want to serve as a community partner. We want to be the ones you think of when you need volunteers or need cases of water. We give back to our community through mem- berships of various chambers in our community, and are committee members within those chambers. In addition, we keep up with our local boroughs and get involved as much as possible with every event going on in area such as Community Days & Festivals. We firmly support our First Responders, and do whatever we can to give back to them, and show them how much we support and appreciate them through hosting events such as Hydrating Heroes. Once a year, we host an entire event dedicated to First Respond- ers, and get pallets on pallets of cases of water to donate to our fire departments, police departments, and EMS. Our support of First Responders doesn’t end there. We sup- port/attend as many events supporting them as much as possible such as fire department breakfasts, drop off cof- fee and breakfast to police departments on National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, sponsor fireman festivals, attend fire house bingo nights, and more!!! Our volunteer work ranges from United Way of Bucks County to Habitat of Humanity to as much as we can do! initiatives: Withum Week of Caring and Staff Hardship Relief Fund. Furthermore, senior-level executives do- nate time/talents to boards and committees of charitable, business and professional organizations. In 2017, board involvement spanned over 200 different not-for-profit organizations. Combined, the Withum Week of Caring and board activity accounted for 3,300 volunteer hours. Co-workers helping co-workers, through the Staff Hardship Relief Fund, resulted in 520 team-member contributions that were matched by the firm, bringing the current total value of the fund to $420,000 in 2017. As a result, Withum assisted three team members with medical bills and donated $10,000 to the United Way of Houston for hurricane relief. Withum ’s culture is nurtured through the Withum Way and its corporate social responsibility

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