Volunteering to end hunger

Led by the firm’s Culture Committee, a volunteer group comprised of PWI Construction employees charged with planning and organizing community outreach and employee engagement activities throughout the year, PWI Construction teamed up with Three Square Food Bank to help end hunger.

Through volunteer support and the help of community partners, including non-profit and faith-based organizations, schools, and feeding sites throughout Southern Nevada, Three Square serves people who are food insecure. 

In addition to hosting a virtual food drive, PWI Construction employees volunteered at Three Square packing and labeling canned food. Thanks to the generosity of the firm’s employees and network of family and friends, the virtual food drive brought in more than $150, the equivalent of 462 meals for our food-insecure neighbors, while the onsite group of volunteers labeled 1,200 tuna cans in preparation to go to families who are food insecure and hungry in the community.

“Our virtual food drive and group volunteering coincided with National Nutrition Month. Since the pandemic, food insecurity has peaked. We’re proud to support our communities and Three Square to help end hunger,” explains PWI Construction Sr. Marketing & Communications Manager Dominica Garza.

Established in 2007, Three Square is Southern Nevada’s only food bank and the area’s largest hunger-relief organization. Its mission is to provide wholesome food to hungry people, while passionately pursuing a hunger-free community. Learn more about Three Square at www.threesquare.org.