Happy Valentine’s Day from all of us at Slater Hanifan Group! This morning we were treated with donuts and we definitely were feeling the love.
SHG loves to give back to our community and we are proud to volunteer our time at Three Square. Last year we and others who volunteered, helped Three Square to provide over 42 million pounds of food for our community!
The SHG team volunteered at Three Square. They were able to sort produce and pack over 4,000 pounds of food for our community. As they took the traditional group photo at the end of the night, they had a surprise guest.
Chef Robert Irvine left his event because he had seen our team walk out of the warehouse and wanted to thank us for volunteering. He was also kind enough to stay for the picture. Thank you to everyone who came and volunteered!
Our SHG team proudly celebrated Halloween with a spook-tacular costume and chili cook-off contest.
Once again the abundance of team participation made the voting extremely difficult.
It’s back to school season! SHG kicked off our 1st Annual Backpack-a-Thon in July with a goal of 300 backpacks. We are proud to announce that we surpassed our goal and collected 313 backpacks for Whitney Elementary School, located here in the Las Vegas Valley. Nearly 90% of the students at Whitney Elementary School live below the poverty line or are homeless. SHG is humbled and honored and would like to thank clients, friends and our team for their donations.
Aloha, the SHG Summer Luau 2017 was a total SUCCES! There were great activities this year with the children’s bouncy house, obstacle course, crafts, holla-hoop competition, volleyball, teaching of the Polynesian dance, horseshoes and so much more! Thank you all who attended and see you next year.
Jack Moody, Director of Water Resources of the SHG Phoenix Office, accompanied the Arizona State University Chapter of Engineers Without Borders on an assessment trip to Pune, India. Jack has been a professional mentor to EWB-ASU for over six years, helping to improve access to water for villages in Kenya and India. The EWB-ASU team gathered site data and meet with the residents of the villages of Varoti Khurd and Gahini who currently use a bucket on a rope to collect the water from 40 feet down in the well and carry it back to the village. The proposed projects are to provide a submersible pumps in the wells and pipe the water to tanks within the villages. The data gathered was brought back to ASU, where the students will design the pumping, piping, and tank systems.
SHG Phoenix Office is a proud Saturday Night Dinner Sponsor for the Arizona Trout Camp. Arizona Trout Camp has been able to contribute nearly $200,000 to New Pathways for Youth (www.npfy.org).
New Pathways for Youth empowers youth to fulfill their potential through mentoring and life-skill development.
Thank you to Rinker Materials for hosting a technical tour of their manufacturing facility. Our employees enjoyed the learning experience that they can now apply to design!
SHG is ranked #9 in Zweig Group’s 2016 Best Firms To Work For. We appreciate our employees and all the positive comments we received from the results of the Zweig Group survey.