Adolfson & Peterson Construction Hosts Successful Day of Giving for Third Year

The company-wide program encourages employees to donate to local organizations

Adolfson & Peterson Construction (AP), a national, family-owned construction management and contracting company, today announced the results of its third annual company-wide “Day of Giving” program in which team members give back to their local communities throughout the month of September. Employees receive paid time off to spend a portion of their workday donating their time, talents, and treasure to local organizations in the communities where they live and work.

“We are immensely proud of our company’s annual Day of Giving results, which highlight our commitment to making a positive impact in the communities where we live, work and build,” said Jeff Hansen, CEO “This successful endeavor not only showcases our values but also strengthens the bond we share as a team, reinforcing our collective power to drive meaningful change and reminding us of our purpose.”

AP has historically provided donations and service in the communities where its people live and work, supporting at-risk children and adults, military veterans, disaster relief and rebuilding, local food banks, hospitals and health organizations, schools and other nonprofits and charitable foundations. The Day of Giving builds on those relationships and provides a focused effort to give back in a meaningful way across the country. This year, AP completed various service projects and donations across its offices in Arizona, Colorado, Minnesota, Texas and Wyoming, including:

  • Donating more than $75,000 in total to Hearts & Hammers and The Salvation Army of North Texas from the Annual Charity Golf Classic
  • Donating $60,000 in total and volunteering 180 hours for Green River Greening and Every Third Saturday during the annual Golf Fore Gratitude event
  • Donating 150 items and $1,000 and volunteering 18 hours for The Link
  • Donating $1,750 and volunteering 32 hours for Hearts & Hammers
  • Donating more than $5,000 and volunteering 68 hours for the Step Up for Down Syndrome Walk
  • Donating $8600 to Family Promise of Greater Phoenix through a chili cookoff and a casino night
  • Donating and volunteering to the TEXO Foundation, the One Heart Project and the LIVIN Foundation
  • Volunteering more than 30 hours for Feed My Starving Children and 18 hours for Women’s Bean Project
  • Volunteering for the Downtown Duluth Clean and Safe project, McBackpacks and the Benefit Run for Combat Vets

Last year, more than 500 AP employees and family members spent more than 3,000 hours volunteering and donating over $100,000 for organizations and causes in their local communities.

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