GarverGives

2018 Impact Report

Our Impact

Since the launch of GarverGives, employees have combined their efforts with those in their office and across the Garver footprint. This type of unity has led to contributions that would have been unattainable without corporate support.

By allowing employees to decide which organizations to support, Garver encourages them to contribute to the organizations in their communities that satisfy their passions, which has led our company to contribute to a diverse list of school districts and charities.

Year in Review - 2018

Garver Gives - Year in Review
Garver Gives - Year in Review
Garver Gives - Year in Review
Garver Gives - Year in Review
Our STEM Contributions

Our STEM Contributions

Providing support to the next generation of engineers, which aids both our communities and our profession, is a primary point of emphasis for GarverGives. That’s why contributions to STEM organizations come with a matching boost (a $100 donation receives a $150 match). In 2017, GarverGives supported 24 STEM organizations, and since its inception in 2015 a quarter of all organizations supported have been STEM-oriented. Garver’s contributions to these organizations have been so impactful that we were one of a handful of companies recognized in April 2017 in a resolution passed by the Texas House of Representatives recognizing companies dedicated to the support of STEM-related programs.

Featured Stories

Garvergives Donation Aids School Garden Program

Earth Rebirth

Norman, OK

The Norman, Oklahoma office presented Earth Rebirth, a nonprofit organization that aims to educate the community by creating sustainable food, energy, and water, with a $1,500 GarverGives grant in December 2017. The funds were set to purchase winterization supplies for the Garden Your Own Growth program, which includes gardens at 17 of the organization’s partner schools.

$1,500 Grant
Garver Gives Byant Robotics Camp

Bryant Public Schools

Bryant, AR

A $5,000 grant from GarverGives to the Bryant Public Schools allowed for the purchase of robotics kits to be used during a summer camp in which students learned how to construct and operate robots. Students in grades 4-7 were guided through the steps of constructing and programming competition-capable robots, and students in grades 6-8 were introduced to more advanced coding concepts while using sensor-loaded smart robots.

$1000 Grant
Beebe Public Schools

Beebe Public Schools

Beebe, AR

A $5,000 grant from GarverGives to the Bryant Public Schools allowed for the purchase of robotics kits to be used during a summer camp in which students learned how to construct and operate robots. Students in grades 4-7 were guided through the steps of constructing and programming competition-capable robots, and students in grades 6-8 were introduced to more advanced coding concepts while using sensor-loaded smart robots.

$5,000 Grant

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