Locally owned and operated commercial construction company, Elder Construction, Inc., celebrated 25 years of business in Colorado with a company-wide “25 Days of Giving” initiative.

To honor this milestone anniversary, the “25 Days of Giving” focused on incorporating the time and talents of the Elder staff to show gratitude for the communities that the company calls home. As a result, the company provided more than 1,011 volunteer hours across its locations in Northern and Southern Colorado in 2019.

 

During the anniversary-driven “25 Days of Giving” initiative, the area programs and organizations in which Elder employees implemented their time and talents were specially selected by staff members. Efforts ranged from building projects and group workdays to the widespread mobilization of volunteer efforts supporting hunger-relief, programs focused on children, youth, and families, acts of social and civic service, and much more.

Beneficiaries of Elder’s “Time & Talents” included organizations, community vitality programs such as neighborhood clean-up and service area events at Care and Share Food Bank for Southern Colorado and the Food Bank for Larimer County, as well as humanitarian efforts with the Salvation Army and Fort Collins Rescue Mission, alongside many more.

“Elder has been incredibly fortunate to have the support of our communities who have helped to build us into the company that we are today,” said Tom Elder, Founder of Elder Construction. “It’s truly humbling to be able to give back to the real foundation of our business: our connections, our communities, our people. It’s an unbelievable honor and privilege to serve the Centennial State and we look forward to the next 25 years together.”

More information HERE.