Terra View Homes Celebrates 30th Anniversary by Making 30 Donations to Local Charitable Organizations
The local builder’s 30 Year Anniversary Charity Initiative designates funding towards community, children and youth, healthcare and environmental support.
Terra View Homes is thrilled to announce that it will be committing funding to local non-profit and charitable organizations as part of its 30 year anniversary initiatives in 2021. Ranging from the The Foundation of Guelph General Hospital and Guelph and Wellington Women in Crisis to the Grand River Conservation Authority, Terra View is marking its 30th anniversary by addressing needs that exist within the community through a special giving campaign.
“Giving back and contributing to the development of our communities is the cornerstone of what Terra View was founded on,” said Andrew Lambden, Founder and CEO of Terra View Homes. “As a company, supporting the sustainability and resiliency of our communities is ingrained in our values and culture.”
As a part of the Initiative, each of Terra View’s employees has been invited to direct funds from the campaign to a registered charity or qualified donee of their choice. To make up all 30 donations, the company has made an additional selection of nonprofits and charities in alignment with its corporate social responsibility agenda to create positive impact.
“What a wonderful way to celebrate 30 years in our community,” said Suzanne Bone, CEO of The Foundation of Guelph General Hospital. She added “We are honoured to be one of the 30 charities Terra View has chosen to support through this project. The collective impact of these gifts will make our community stronger. We are grateful to have Terra View as a partner.”
“The deserving charities we have chosen to support have not only made a direct impact on our team at Terra View but have also been long-standing partners who are endlessly committed to making a difference in the community,” said Lisa Schuett, Vice President, Terra View Homes.
As Terra View looks ahead to the next 30 years, it will continue to build upon its unique strengths, including embracing sustainable construction and green building practices to help combat climate change, maintaining exemplary homeowner and customer relationships, implementing innovative building solutions and technologies and living its vision of building homes, not houses — and communities, not subdivisions.
“There is no other way we would want to celebrate 30 years in business than by giving back to the community that has shown us so much support over the last 30 years,” said Lambden.
For the full list of recipient organizations, visit http://www.terra-view.com/terra-view-charity-initiative-blog/.