Beck Technology Donates to Clark County Community Services
Construction makes a profound impact on society—job creation, boosting local economies, improving our schools and health resources, decreasing environmental impact, and helping under-served communities.
That is why we are so passionate about what we do at Beck Technology. Providing preconstruction teams with the technology to help make those decisions that impact our world is something we truly believe is revolutionizing the industry and creating the future.
Besides supporting estimators and other preconstruction professionals, we also support the communities where we live and work.
Through our Beck Tech Cares program, upholding to our core values of passion, innovation and caring, we are afforded the opportunity to provide a monetary donation to a charitable organization each month chosen by one of our employees.
Every month, Beck Technology team members recognize each other when someone goes above and beyond what is expected of them through a virtual high-five system. We call these recognitions “Nominations.” At the end of each month, we meet to read out the high-fives. At the end of the meeting, one nominee is named the winner of that month’s Beck Tech Cares and chooses an organization to support.
Allison Lewis, Learning and Development Lead, was this month’s winner. She chose Clark County (Kentucky) Community Services. Allison’s home is in Clark County.
Kentucky is the 5th highest state with those living in poverty. 11.6% of the population of Clark County live in poverty. Clark County Community Services is the main source of help for those needing help in Clark County, Kentucky.
Established in 1975, Clark County Community Services provides food, shelter, clothing, utility assistance, and has a family self-sufficiency program for those in the community who need it. Two of its main programs are funded by the United Way. They also have a community thrift shop to help support their services.
“I live in a small community just outside Lexington, Kentucky, and like many places big and small, we have a great need in our community. Clark County Community Services is the primary source for aid for families in crisis in the Winchester/Clark County area. They provide assistance with food, clothing, and housing to some of the most vulnerable in the community, feeding over 600 children and distributing 360 boxes of food to elderly households which feed over 540 individuals in those households each month. I’ve had the pleasure of serving at CCCS in the past, and I can say that they have a level of compassion and care for those in need that is commendable. Thanks for the opportunity to provide financial assistance to such a worthy organization and for people who need their basic needs met.”
To learn more about Clark County Community Services, click here.