For the second year in a row, volunteers from the Morrison Hershfield Ottawa office were excited to collaborate with Ottawa Community Housing (OCH) for a neighborhood beautification project. OCH is the largest social housing provider in Ottawa, providing about 15,000 homes to 32,000 tenants in communities across the city.
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 staff participated in a wonderful day of fun and fitness at the 19th Annual Riverwalk Run, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Hosted by the Junior League of Greater Fort Lauderdale, Inc., the Riverwalk Run is an annual event to raise funds for improving the surrounding community.
Engineers Without Borders (EWB) has hosted the Kumvana Gala, for the last four years, to create a forum for industry representatives, student leaders, governments and non-profits to come together, network, exchange ideas and get inspired! It is a celebration of those who are striving to eliminate poverty and inequality – all while enjoying good food, fair trade wine, a silent auction and prizes!
Morrison Hershfield is excited to release our first formal Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Report.
What better way to raise money for clean water drilling in Kenya than a polar plunge in the Yukon?
Team spirit is alive and well in Morrison Hershfield’s Atlanta office!
Morrison Hershfield proudly supports the charitable efforts of its employees worldwide.
Our St. John’s, Newfoundland office made a difference in the lives of 45 local families over the holidays.
Morrison Hershfield staff supported a number of Edmonton-area charities this holiday season, including The Mustard Seed, Bag of Hope and Coats for Kids & Families – The Gift of Warmth.
The Engineering Challenge is an annual event, executed in partnership with the United Way, bringing together like-minded companies and volunteers who seek to make a difference in communities across the Alberta Capital Region, through donation, advocacy and sheer effort. The "Day of Caring" is one way to get involved with the challenge.
Over the last several months, some adventurous athletes from our Markham Office took part in the Commerce Valley Drive Softball League and recorded their most successful softball season ever. Many of our neighborhood industry competitors became our softball rivals, leading to some friendly competition on the field as well! Despite a few rain-outs, we are proud to claim a record of 6 wins, 4 losses and 2 ties in the regular season and we placed fourth out of 12 teams in the recreational league playoffs.