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Volunteering – Being a responsible organization means investing in communities and our team members participate in and volunteer for numerous initiatives and organizations across the country.
Team Members Lend a Hand for Montgomery Schools – On August 8th, THE CENTECH GROUP, Inc. (CENTECH) team members joined with the Montgomery Chamber of Commerce, the Montgomery Public School System and over 1000 volunteers to help during the annual School Clean Up Day Project. CENTECH was one of sixty-one teams who participated in the event which actually occurred on numerous Saturday’s throughout the summer. Volunteers mowed almost 900 acres of grass, put down 2,000 bales of pine straw and filled more than 10,000 garbage bags during the effort. The fourteen (14) team members and members of their families who participated spent their day planting flowers, picking up trash, repairing playground equipment and power washing buildings at the Dunbar-Ramer School. The CENTECH team members who volunteered their time are currently on staff at our NETCENTS Program Management Office in Montgomery, Alabama and at multiple project locations at Maxwell-Gunter Air Force Base.
Edwards AFB Team CENTECH Assist Looking Good Lancaster – A number of CENTECH team members from the Edwards Air Force Base participated in Looking Good Lancaster, an annual community event where volunteers perform spring cleanup efforts throughout the city of Lancaster, CA. Team members and their spouses have created planters and planted bushes at Desert View Elementary School.
Ridgeway Volunteers in Central America – Senior training specialist at US Customs, Kimberly Ridgeway, along with 22 other members of Journey’s Crossing completed a trip to Nicaragua where they assisted at medical clinics, helped construct a new church, painted classrooms at an elementary school and provided toys and school supplies to hundreds of Nicaraguan children. Previously, Kimberly volunteered at an orphanage in San Luis Potsi, Mexico.
A Tsunami Hits Asia –More than 139,000 people were killed and millions left homeless due to the earthquake and resulting tsunami that hit Asia and parts of Africa in December 2004. On behalf of the organization, CENTECH management has donated $10,000 toward recovery efforts and is provided additional venues for its team members to assist, volunteer and donate to the disaster recovery efforts.