Kleinfelder serves our clients, our people, and our communities. Our collective desire to leave a lasting, positive influence has been woven into our business model through the creation of the Kleinfelder Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Program, tailored to address our communities’ most pressing issues. We focus on four essential pillars: disaster relief, diversity, sustainability, and volunteerism.
Kleinfelder expanded companywide social responsibility efforts to support Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC), providing employees an opportunity to help others.
“The past five years has demonstrated what makes Kleinfelder great. It’s a company that supports their communities through its employees. Our employee owners showed their pride and commitment through their time and effort to give back to such a great charity. Our collective volunteerism and personal contributions not only served many communities and others in need, but also helped make our company stronger,” said Jennifer Kozak, RMHC Program Manager.
Looking ahead, Kleinfelder and our employees will continue to support many worthwhile causes, nationally and locally, donating time, energy, and financial resources to help make the world a better place.
Our employees are generously contributing to the Fort McMurray Fire and Cyclone Winston disaster relief efforts, through the Red Cross, with Kleinfelder providing a matching donation to honor employees’ spirit of giving. In addition, Kleinfelder staff donated their hours of paid time off to our Catastrophic and Natural Disaster Fund to aid those needing additional time away from work to recover from devastating life events.
Kleinfelder employees have been participating in Engineers Without Borders-USA (EWB-USA) for years to help build a better world by improving infrastructure, the environment, and overall living conditions for people in developing countries. Kleinfelder's own Laura Robinson coordinated the EWB-USA West Coast Regional Conference bringing together a range of professionals to learn, network, and share stories. We are also currently assisting in the Shisasari Freshwater Spring Protection Project in Kenya, Africa to help protect the water from contamination for this community.
Kleinfelder’s Women’s Network is an all-inclusive community that facilitates collaboration and communication across Kleinfelder. The network connects women across Kleinfelder and their communities.
The network provides the following: