Community Service

Des Moines Office Meals from the Heartland Participating in the nation’s largest volunteer food packaging effort. Learn More
Las Vegas Big Brothers/Big Sisters Newspaper Table Students learn about structural soundness by constructing a paper table. Learn More
Engineers Without Borders Bringing Water to Armenta, Honduras EWB team brings water, shoes and supplies to villagers. Learn More
Sarasota Colon Cancer Alliance Run/Walk Sarasota members help spread the word about colon cancer awareness. Learn More
Iowa City Ride 4 Youth Iowa City members bike to support United Action for Youth. Learn More
Supporting Ronald McDonald House Collecting pop tabs company wide to support Ronald McDonald House. Learn More
Donations to Muscatine Center for Strategic Action Muscatine members donate hundreds of pounds of supplies to MCSA. Learn More
West Palm Beach Habitat for Humanity West Palm Beach members donate one Saturday a month to Habitat for Humanity. Learn More
Engineers Without Borders Softball Tournament Phoenix members support EWB with softball tournament fundraiser. Learn More
Des Moines Office "Rocks the Block" Des Moines Office members show their carpentry skills at Habitat for Humanity event. Learn More
Salt Lake City Heads Back to School Office members paint three main corridors at elementary school. Learn More
Denver Office Quilt Guild Providing comfort to many through quilting. Learn More
Phoenix Office Volunteers at Society of St. Vincent de Paul Members making a commitment to serve each month. Learn More
Iowa City Office Hosts Thanksgiving in July Over 200 pounds of food donated to area food reservoir. Learn More
Baton Rouge Habitat for Humanity Office members are hard at work building a house. Learn More
West Palm Beach Soup Kitchen Donation Members support local soup kitchen though donation drive. Learn More
Baton Rouge Office Heritage Ranch Work Day Weeding, sanding, painting at a children’s home. Learn More
Austin Office Ramp Builders Read how our Austin office members built a ramp for a low income disabled family. Learn More

Phoenix Office Volunteers at "Feed My Starving Children"

Members in Phoenix are helping to eliminate child starvation through Feed My Starving Children, an organization striving to "instill compassion in people to hear and respond to the cries of those in need."

"I really enjoyed this event," Dave Sabers shared. "You can volunteer somewhere and sometimes wonder if you made a real difference in the world. Feed My Starving Children was an opportunity to make a difference, to help prepare food that can be delivered where it is most needed and in a simple format that can be preserved and prepared in primitive households. It was also fun, working as a team while rocking out to '80s music and competing with other teams to see who can pack more – and of course the Stanley Consultants team set the record for the day."

The meals, consisting of one type of rice formula and two types of potato formula, were designed by food scientists at Cargill and General Mills to meet the nutritional needs of malnourished children ages four through eight. More than 600,000 volunteers have helped to package over 160 million meals, shipped to nearly 70 countries around the world.

Barbara Schwab, one our Phoenix Community Service Champions, shares that once a month Phoenix members are part of this effort. So far, they have helped pack over 10,000 meals and contributed over $2,000. Dave Yoak added, "It is extremely rewarding to have the opportunity to produce a simple packet of food that can have such a dramatic impact on one of the most vulnerable among us, a child born into poverty. To repeat this process hundreds of times in a couple of hours of personal effort is a great lesson in how those who are blessed with so much can share just a little to help so many."