PWI Construction’s Culture Committee – a volunteer group of employees – is appointed to identify local and national community outreach and giving opportunities in support of the firm’s charitable giving mission.
This holiday season, the Culture Committee hosted multiple toy collection drives to benefit children across the nation. Given our nationwide workforce, the Culture Committee identified local chapters of The Salvation Army along with Arizona-based nonprofit, Arizona Helping Hands. Together with PWI Residential, an independently operated affiliate of PWI Construction, the firm hosted a toy drive at each office location.
Additionally, our Las Vegas headquarters participated in group volunteering at The Salvation Army of Southern Nevada as part of the nonprofit’s ‘Love Beyond Christmas’ program where they sorted and stocked toys in preparation for distribution to families.
The firm and PWI Residential raised nearly $700 worth of toys and served more than 40 hours of volunteering.
About The Salvation Army of Southern Nevada
The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the Universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination. To learn more, visit www.salvationarmysouthernnevada.org.
About The Salvation Army Austin Area Command
Inspired by their Christian mission, The Salvation Army Austin Area Command offers resources and support to lift up neighbors in crisis. As the largest non-profit provider of emergency shelter in Central Texas, annually The Salvation Army Austin Area Command serves more than 12,500 men, women, and children with shelter, addiction rehabilitation, clothing, meals, holiday support, and direct client assistance. To learn more, visit www.salvationarmyaustin.org.
About Helping Hands Arizona
Founded in 1998, the mission of Arizona Helping Hands is to provide essential needs for children in foster care through our programs promoting safety, permanency, and health. To learn more about Arizona Helping Hands, visit www.azhelpinghands.org.