ORLANDO, FLA. – Shaw Mechanical Services LLC recently presented a $5,000 check to The Destiny Foundation. The donation is the first part of the mechanical services company’s three-point corporate giving program of “treasure, time and talent” announced in October.
The company’s corporate giving program includes the monetary donation, plus 80 hours of annual paid volunteer time for employees to work at the foundation and pro bono comprehensive maintenance service for the 72 tons of HVAC equipment at the foundation’s 35,000-sq.-ft. complex here.
“We are so excited about this partnership with the foundation that we are already planning an employee workday at the foundation’s grocery store and thrift shop within the first quarter of the year,” said David Shaw, president of Shaw Mechanical Services.
Shaw estimates the total donation of “treasure, time and talent” will total $15,000 this year to the food assistance program for the working poor.The Destiny Foundation, founded in 2001 by Pastor Scott George, was created to allow the working poor to invest sweat equity in the foundation’s grocery store and thrift shop in exchange for the ability to reduce their monthly food budget. Additional information is available at www.battlehunger.org.