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2023 community impact year in review


The Springfield office set a goal in 2023 to become even more involved in the community and establish partnerships to volunteer and give back regularly. Employees teamed up with the Fort Leonard Wood jobsite to paint the exterior of one of the Habitat for Humanity houses, run and walk in the JE Dunn Has Heart relay for the American Heart Association, participate in NAMI’s NEON Night 5K Run/Walk for Suicide Prevention, and hold jobsite meetings for Suicide Awareness and Prevention. The Springfield office won the “Do Good Things” Challenge through JE Dunn’s health and well-being program and split their winnings between the Pregnancy Care Center and Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Ozarks (RMHC). “This organization is special to me and close to my heart since I experienced their overwhelming support and generosity when my daughter was in the NICU at Mercy Hospital for almost two weeks after she was born prematurely,” said Springfield office leader David Atkisson. Employees also served dinner to residents of RMHC and plan to continue volunteering at both houses.

“It is truly a privilege and honor to work at JE Dunn because of the culture the Dunn family has instilled in the organization over the past 100 years. Not only are we encouraged to give and serve, but we are truly supported in doing so. From countless team service projects to JE Dunn matching our personal contributions, and the company giving away at least 10% of our pre-tax net income to charities each year, the commitment to our community and to serving others runs deep.”
– David Atkisson, Senior Project Manager & Springfield Office Leader
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