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Trailblazing Generosity: Building Up Our Community

Jessica Richards

Our dedication to supporting our community is deeply rooted in our company’s core values. We possess a great ability to positively influence the community through our connections and resources, and we embrace this opportunity on every occasion.

 

With leftover materials from the Rock County Jail & LES Project, we donated about $4100 worth of treated lumber to the Rock County Chapter of the Ice Age Trail Alliance. Members from our Young Leaders group, led by Tyler Sears, joined the 45 volunteers to assist in turning this lumber into trail information posts that were placed along the paths.

 

The Young Leaders Group consists of any JP Cullen employee who has been with the company for five years or less. The main objective of this group is to enhance the growth and development of our colleagues through collaborative learning, benefiting both the individuals, the company, and the community we live in.

 

By the end of the day, about 30 new wayfinding posts were established on the national park grounds. In addition, a substantial amount of overall trail upkeep and tidying was completed. We are so proud of our crew for not only avoiding the waste of good material but also dedicating time to giving back to our beautiful community.

 

Learn more about how JP Cullen builds up our communities: jpcullen.com/philanthropy

 

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