Sundt Christmas Elves are on the loose again! This holiday season, our employee-owners participated in toy drives, coat drives, food drives, fundraisers, and volunteer events to give back to the communities where we work and live. There’s something about this season that brings out the inner Santa in all of us (maybe it’s the red trucks?). Whatever it may be, thank you to all who participated in helping make our communities’ holidays brighter this year.
Sundt’s Irvine office hosted a toy drive for CHiPs for Kids, which has been hosted by the California Highway Patrol for more than 30 years.
Sundt’s San Diego office and area jobsites partnered with STEP (Support the Enlisted Project) to “adopt” military families. Using charitable donations, they purchased several items on their Christmas wish list. They also turned the San Diego office into Santa’s Toy Shop to wrap each individual gift.
Sundt’s team in Fort Worth partnered with Gideon Elementary School this holiday season. With the help of Sundt employee-owners and subcontractors in the area, we were able to provide supplies for classrooms and different school programs, as well as Christmas dinners and additional food to help families during the long break.
The Sacramento State Student Housing team participated in the Sacramento Sheriff’s Toy Drive. Every year, they knock it out of the park, and this year they were able to contribute over 200 toys!
A little competition never hurt anyone! Sundt’s San Antonio region held a friendly competition between the Building and Transportation groups to see who could tip the scales and donate the most food for the San Antonio Food Bank. Transportation Group raised 869 pounds, while Building weighed in at 2,388 pounds!
Sundt’s Tucson office joined together and gathered toys for the Ronald McDonald House of Southern Arizona.
With the help of local subcontractors, Sundt’s project team serving a confidential client in Goodyear, Arizona gathered gifts for the Arizona Builders Alliance Toy Drive, which will donate the toys to local group homes.