The Carolinas Associated General Contractors (CAGC) Young Leaders drew 13 volunteers to Catherine’s House on Friday, September 20 for the group’s Fall Operation Give Back Project. The project started with just two residents’ rooms; however, CAGC volunteers were in high gear and managed to paint the two residents’ rooms, a sitting room, and multiple pieces of furniture all before 1 p.m.
The CAGC Young Leaders who made this project possible included volunteers from C.T Wilson Construction, Turner Murphy Co., Blythe Construction, Batson-Cook Company, State Utility Contractors, Inc., Catalyst Surety Partners, WB Moore Company, and Sentinel Risk Advisors.
Catherine’s House is a non-profit organization serving North and South Carolina that provides transitional housing to women and mothers with children who are homeless. Located in Belmont, North Carolina, near Charlotte, Catherine’s House is a sponsored ministry and subsidiary corporation of the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas, South Central Community.
About CAGC Young Leaders – The Carolinas Associated General Contractors (CAGC) Young Leaders exists to ensure the construction industry’s successful future by developing the next generation of leaders through a focus on professional development, networking and community involvement. The CAGC Young Leaders has grown to 175-plus professionals – company owners, managers, supervisors, administrators, and more. Industry professionals 45 years old and younger who are employed by CAGC member firms are eligible to participate in the YL program. Learn more.
Questions about CAGC Young Leaders? Please contact Chelsea Andujar at 704-372-1450 Ext. 5229 or email her at email@example.com