20 Nov COMMUNITY SERVICE IS A YEAR-ROUND COMMITMENT FOR CRAIN
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Crain Construction Inc. employees spent Friday
morning sorting, preparing and packing food donations for Second Harvest of Middle Tennessee as part of the general contracting company’s community give-back program.
Employees worked together in the Second Harvest warehouse to sort 13,623 pounds of food, which equals 11,353 meals for people in need.
“We are blessed to have a successful and thriving business, thanks to our clients and our employees,” said Michael Rankin, Crain Construction president and CEO. “It is our responsibility to pay it forward and help those organizations who are helping our neighbors.”
Crain Construction employee volunteers do good works in the community throughout the entire year.
During this year’s community give-back program, Crain Construction and its employees raised $6,038 for the American Heart Association through a walk and an annual Rib Off competition. They spent a weekend building a new kitchen for a 75-year-old Nashvillian and her wheelchair-bound nephew for Rebuilding Together. They served meals to the homeless through The Bridge. Next month, they will help teenagers with Family and Children Services have a joyous Christmas.
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