We live and work in the communities where we build.
We strive to make a difference and strengthen communities in meaningful ways. By supporting a variety of organizations, cultural groups, and special projects, we are able to foster and promote the spirit of community across our region.
In addition to corporate involvement, our people are active in charitable and service organizations. They are coaches, teachers, and volunteers for many causes. To the credit of Welliver employees, we proudly average nearly 7,500 hours a year in community service.
Time for Lunch!
Throughout the summer of 2018, Welliver volunteers participated in the Food Bank of the Southern Tier’s Summer Lunch Program for Schuyler County. New York.
As school lets out and the summer months begin, children who rely on school meals often lose access to nutritious food. Hosted by the Watkins Glen High School, the Summer Lunch Program was provided at no cost for kids and teens throughout the summer. Our Welliver volunteers met every Tuesday afternoon beginning in June and served lunches to over 100 children daily. We are proud to be active members of this community and help the Food Bank achieve their mission of building and sustaining hunger-free communities across the Southern Tier.
More than 50 employees of Welliver, many of whom attended the camp as children, volunteered at Five Rivers Council Boy Scout Resident Camp at Camp Gorton in Dundee, New York. Their mission? To replace the roof on several of the lodge buildings damaged from storms. As part of the Camp’s capital improvement initiative, the need for roof replacement was identified. The Scouts leadership team plan and work hard to ensure the buildings continue to operate in good working condition so that they can continue to serve the scouting community with their summer programs. Camp Gorton Scout Camp hosted more than 1000 campers this past summer. Welliver also partnered with the Carpenter’s Union to support the project.