In an effort to raise awareness about domestic violence, one of our colleagues recently spearheaded the collection of donations for the Sandgate Women’s Shelter of York Region in Sutton West, Ontario.
Our St. John’s office has once again made a difference for local families this holiday season.
Canstruction Houston’s 23rd annual design/build competition captured the attention of our Houston Office this year. Staff participated in this unique opportunity to showcase their creativity by building a unique “canstructure” using only canned food and other non-perishable food items.
For the second year in a row, Morrison Hershfield teamed up with Page Southerland Page, Inc. and Linbeck Group, LLC to participate in the 33rd annual AIA Sandcastle Competition. The contest is a fundraising event for AIA Houston and ArCH Foundation, as well as one of the top five revenue generating events for the City of Galveston. Overall, AIA Houston has raised $155,000 for the organization this year.
The “Microsoft 5K Run/Walk” is an annual event for Microsoft employees, family members and friends who enjoy giving back to the community while having a little fun! This year, a few enthusiastic staff members from our Seattle office had a great time supporting two client organizations by volunteering at the event.
Ramadan is an annual Islamic tradition practiced by a number of Morrison Hershfield staff. This year, to honor the Ramadan tradition of increased charity and generosity, one of our colleagues decided to raise awareness about domestic violence by donating to the Muslim Welfare Home, managed by the Muslim Welfare Centre in Whitby, Ontario.
Morrison Hershfield participated in Canstruction on May 13th at the TD Centre in downtown Toronto. Canstruction is a competition that challenges teams to design and build structures made entirely from canned foods within a 10’x10’x8’ space. Teams compete for the titles of Best Original Design, Structural Ingenuity, Best Use of Labels, Best Meal, Honourable Mention and People's Choice Award. After the exhibition, the structures are deconstructed and all of the cans are donated to Daily Bread Food Bank, the largest provider of food relief in the area.