Community Service

Coummunity-Service-300x208.jpg When considering the Social impacts of sustainability, not only are we impacting the communities our clients serve, but our own AquAeTerian’s have had a tremendous impact in the communities where we live. Our employees have always taken an active role in giving back to our communities. Every year AquAeTer and our employees support a range of activities from academic, environmental, medical research, overseas troops, homeless victims, community food banks, women and children’s shelters, nursing homes, natural disaster responses, and even coaching youth sports.

Our staff members organize and volunteer time and dollars to support these causes. Giving back to the community is not something we have to remind ourselves to do. It’s an automatic response to volunteer, contribute, and support non-profit organizations and their needs.

Here are some examples of organizations we have supported:

2nd Harvest Food Bank
AAEE Eckenfelder Memorial Fund
Alzheimer Association
American Red Cross
Bonfils Blood Center
Cheekwood Art & Gardens
Colonial Williamsburg
Colorado Coalition for the Homeless
Community Foundation, (The Chad Welch Memorial Fund -lukemia research)
Denver Children’s Advocacy Center
Denver Children’s Home
Denver Metro Toy and Gift Drive
Denver SafeHouse
Denver Urban Ministries
Four Mile Canyon Fire 2010
Gateway Women’s Center
Girl Scouts of America
Great Smoky Mountains Association
Harpeth River Watershed Association

Relief for Hurricane Katrina
Jeffco Action Center
Jefferson County Action Center
Jon Hastings Memorial Golf Outing
Knights of Columbus
Land Trust of Tennessee
La Puente House – Alamosa CO
Mt. Saint Vincent Home
Muscular Dystrophy Association
Nashville Flood 2010
Nashville Public Television
Nashville Zoo
National Multiple Sclerosis Society
National Park Conservation Association
PiKA Educational Foundation
Salvation Army
Susan G. Komen, Race for the Cure
The Children’s Hospital Blood Bank – Denver
U.S. Marines
University of Tennessee School of Engineering
Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado