Giving Back to the Community
Cleary Building Corp. is a firm believer in helping our local communities stay strong. If it weren’t for the communities that support us, we would not be where we are today; nor would we continue to strive in the future. Cleary Building Corp. is a strong supporter of charities as well as other great causes. These charities help to keep our communities strong by giving to people in need, improving our environment, giving us a great place to live, and so much more.
At Cleary Building Corp. not only do we get involved with these great causes as a company, but our employees get involved as well. Cleary Building Corp. participates annually in the local holiday food drive, NBC 15 “Share Your Holidays”. We also donate to many other charities year-round.
The following is a list of charities and causes that receive support from Cleary Building Corp.
Verona, WI - Cleary donated to the Lupus Foundation of America (on behalf of Pat Saunders). The Lupus Foundation of America is devoted to solving the mystery of lupus, while giving caring support to those who suffer from its brutal impact.
Cleary Building Corp. sponsors and donates to UW Carbone Cancer Center 2011 - 2014 http://www.andynorthandfriends.com/
Verona, WI - Cleary donated $636 to the 2nd Harvest Food Bank, which was generated from a food drive and their 2013 holiday party raffle. Cleary Building Corp. collected 56 lbs of dry goods, which converts to 1,956 meals for the community. Over the past eight years Cleary Building Corp and its employees have provided over 36,000 meals. A big…
Verona, WI - Cleary donated $2,000 to the University of Wisconsin Foundation. Established in 1945 by a small group of loyal volunteers, the UW Foundation was one of three organizations created by visionary UW alumni working to ensure a productive future for the University of Wisconsin.
Verona, WI - Cleary donated $7,500 to the St. Mary’s Hospital Foundation. St. Mary’s Hospital Foundation cultivates philanthropic support for programs to make a positive difference in the health status and lives of patients, their families and community, with special concern for those who are vulnerable.