Learn about our commitment to improving the communities in which we live and work
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Improving our communities on a personal level
Community service is an integral part of our culture. The lasting changes we make to the communities in which we live and work go beyond simply building new buildings or renovating an old structure. By giving of our time and talents we also build improvements on a personal level, bettering the lives of our neighbors through efforts large and small.
We give back to the communities in which we live and work through monetary gifts, in-kind donations, volunteer support, and pro bono work. Over the years, Clark’s giving has been focused in the areas of community, education, youth, arts and health.
Giving our time and talents
Employees volunteer generously with their time, performing hundreds of hours of community service. This includes serving meals to the homeless, teaching in elementary schools, building playgrounds, and cleaning parks and community areas.
The emphasis on giving back to the community is not lip service from Clark’s senior leaders. Employees at all levels volunteer and many executives serve as members of the board for a number of charitable causes.
Each year, Clark sponsors a number of community service projects, such as the District of Columbia Building Industry Association’s Community Day, during which volunteers rehabilitate community centers and park facilities, and Rebuilding Together’s National Rebuilding Day, which is an initiative to rehabilitate homes.
We strive to make meaningful and lasting improvements in communities for years to come, both in our jobs and outside them.