PORTLAND, Maine — Woodard & Curran’s recent employee outreach campaign raised over $62,000 for the firm’s Foundation, a 501(c)3 established in late 2010 to empower local and global solutions for a healthier world. The Foundation directs donations to causes incorporating environmental, health, civic, and educational causes. In October it issued a $5,000 grant to Engineers Without Borders’ University of Maine student chapter, for its project to improve sanitation in the village of Dulce Vivir, Honduras.
Thomas Francoeur, President of the Foundation, said, “The employee campaign capped off a very successful year with well-attended Easy as Pi road races in Portland and Providence, and our inaugural grant season. The Foundation received nearly 30 applications, culminating in the award to help support the Dulce Vivir project. With the success of our outreach campaign, we’re now kicking off 2012 with a great deal of enthusiasm for another successful year.”
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