COMMUNITY GIVE BACK
The Andersen Foundation gives back to every community we build in.
The Andersen Foundation leads philanthropic initiatives and supports non-profit organizations through a variety of efforts including financial contributions and volunteer hours in communities both locally and internationally.
From Rake Up Boise, to a playhouse for a sick child with Make-a-Wish in Medford, to our Trajectory Build event with Portland Interscolastic League, to a family sponsored at Mary's Place in Seattle, donations to pre-apprenticeship programs, and much much more — we believe in giving back and creating long-lasting relationships in the communities where we live and work.
Oaxaca School + The Andersen Foundation
The Andersen team worked alongside local contractors for 10 straight days to build eight beautiful new classrooms for students and families at Trigo in Oaxaca.
A few stats from the trip: Local laborers were paid — $350/week • Steel Installed — 8,320 lbs • Number of stitches — 3 • Dogs Rescued — 1 • Bubble Taped Chewed — 36 feet • Ibprofen Pills consumed — 650
Nourish Economic Village SEDIWA Hub + The Andersen Foundation
The Andersen Nourish Team traveled to South Africa on two occasions to complete the Nourish Eco Village SEDIWA Hub build; creating a community space for the locals to learn, develop social enterprise, grow entrepreneurial endeavors, and enjoy coffee and baked goods together.
The seven-shipping container design included a bakery, coffee shop, computer lab/ training center, sewing center, craft shop, and more.
Camp Rainbow Gold + The Andersen Foundation
Camp Rainbow Gold is a nonprofit organization serving Idaho children diagnosed with cancer and their families. What started in the mid-’80s as a week of camp for a handful of children diagnosed with cancer is now much, much more. Learn more about Camp Rainbow Gold here.
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