Community Involvement

McCarthy Heart Hats Donates $40,000 in Grants to MentorKids USA, Chavez Boxing Foundation

McCarthy’s Southwest Division has awarded two grants totaling $40,000 via the firm’s Heart Hats community outreach program. MentorKids USA and Chavez Boxing Foundation will receive $20,000 each. In addition, Sojourner Center and Devereux Arizona will receive campus improvements as part of McCarthy Heart Hats’ in-kind team projects.
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McCarthy Receives AGC of California Contribution to the Community Award

The Association of General Contractors of California (AGCC) honored McCarthy with a 2013 Constructor Award in the category of Contribution to the Community. The award was given to the firm in recognition of its involvement on the $3.6 million Latino Health Access Park and Community Center project in Santa Ana, Calif.
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McCarthy Heart Hats Seeks Grant and Hands-on Building Project Applicants from Valley Non-Profits

McCarthy Heart Hats, the community involvement arm of McCarthy Building Companies Inc., has begun its annual submission process for nonprofit organizations to apply for financial grants and/or a hands-on community building project in Arizona. Applications are due by 5 pm on Friday, June 14, 2013.
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New Latino Health Access Park and Community Center Fosters a Healthier Lifestyle for Families in Santa Ana

Families in a densely populated, immigrant community with few, if any, park facilities, now have a place to exercise, play and learn about healthy living. The new $3.6 million park and community center, which is scheduled to officially open for public use on Sunday, April 21, 2013 is the progression of years of effort to bring much-needed outdoor recreational space to downtown Santa Ana.
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McCarthy Construction Crews Across America Go Red for Women

Construction workers and subcontractors on McCarthy projects across America wore wearing red today in support of the American Heart Association (AHA) National Wear Red Day®. This effort is designed to focus attention on the number one killer of women – heart disease. McCarthy is one of the largest commercial construction companies in the U.S. and a strong supporter of AHA efforts nationwide.
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