Making back-to-school brighter

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 summer, the Culture Committee hosted multiple back-to-school collection drives to support school-aged children across the nation. Given our nationwide workforce, the Culture Committee identified the Kids in Need Foundation to partner with. Together with PWI Residential, PWI Construction hosted an online Supply-A-Teacher fundraiser to support teachers and students in under-resourced schools.


“We are thrilled to support the needs of classrooms across the country. Many of our team members have school-aged children themselves. The generosity of our team members never fails. We’re proud to help students have a strong start for the new school year,” explains PWI Construction Sr. Marketing & Communications Manager Dominica Garza.

Additionally, our Las Vegas headquarters held an in-office Back-to-School Supply Drive supporting The Salvation Army of Southern Nevada while our Scottsdale office hosted an in-office fundraiser supporting Arizona Helping Hands raising more than $400 in school supplies.

In all, we raised more than $1,100 to fund essential school supplies for school-aged children.

About Kids in Need Foundation

Kids In Need Foundation is committed to creating equity in the classroom, with a focus on the nation’s most under-resourced schools, by providing the supplies needed for teachers to teach and learners to learn. Kids in Need Foundation believes that all students, regardless of their circumstances, deserve equal opportunity and access to a quality education. To learn more, visit

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

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