At Eckman, our employees truly love what they do. And it shows.
Our team believes in one another and we check our egos at the door. This culture of collaboration and respect occurs in our office and on our jobsites as we are always looking for ways to help each other, whether it’s in our job description or not.
Deeply ingrained in the Eckman culture is our responsibility to the community in which we live and work. Our employees are proud to support our community through volunteer and philanthropic efforts, both collectively as a group and personally as individuals.
Here are just a few of the ways our team helps support our community.
Recently, a team of Eckman employees served dinner to over 100 Manchester residents at New Horizons. New Horizons is an adult homeless shelter, a soup kitchen, food pantry and operates Angie’s Shelter for Women. We were happy to lend a helping hand and hope to volunteer in the future.
Building on Hope
Building on Hope is a community organization of volunteers who work with builders, architects and designers to provide physical improvements to facilities associated with non-profit service groups. Eckman has volunteered time and resources, serving as a building partner on projects with Manchester Police Athletic League (2016), Opportunity Networks in Amherst (2014), Girls Inc. in Manchester (2012) and Easter Seals NH in Manchester (2010).
Granite United Way
Even when our employees can’t physically volunteer, many contribute a small portion of their wages to support local organizations. One such organization is the Granite United Way which serves over half a million residents in NH and VT. The Granite United Way is committed to investing in the areas of the community with the most critical needs – education, income and health.