Donley’s Builds Community
We know that our long-term success is directly linked to the
success of our team members, their families, and the communities in which we work and live. Since its founding, Donley’s has provided community
support to local charities, non-profits, and those in need. These efforts go beyond financial support; we build playgrounds, mentor students, ride our
bikes, and engage in a variety of other activities to make a difference.
This support is truly driven by the genuine people that make up our staff and
their commitment to the community.
06.05.17 - Donley’s Engages Our Clients Beyond Project Work To Help Them Achieve Their Mission
following is a letter from Sister Jacquelyn Gusdane, President Notre Dame
Schools, thanking Donley’s Staff Mary Ianiro and Mike White for delivering a
presentation and site tour for students at the school. The tour was of
the Sisters of Notre Dame Senior Living project in Ohio. This is a great
example of how Donley’s engages our clients beyond our project work to help
them achieve their mission. Below the letter are some pictures of the
event. Thanks Mary and Mike!
Dear Mary and Mike,
What a great experience
yesterday was for our engineering students, Ashley, and me! When I
talked with some of the boys later in the day, they could not say enough about
their time with you.
This is a stellar example of a
partnership of with Donley Inc. and NDCL, with a corporation and a school for
students who are seriously considering the field of engineering for a
career. Even though we are on the same property, this field trip would
not have happened unless you had made it known and then possible.
The preview in the trailer, your
remarks, and the very informative and enlightening walking tour of the
construction site were a perfect blend. The hard hats, vests, and glasses
-- all new--added a real life touch (even though I know they are
required). Of course, I loved having Corbin with us. He
is so fortunate to do an internship with you -- and even better, he truly
appreciates and values it.
My hope is that the new
engineering class will return in fall for another "tour" and see the
progress. That's why the photos are so valuable. Mrs. Kelm has a
copy of all the photos of the Notre Dame Village project and will be able to
share and comment about these with the next class.
Once again thank you to all who
were involved in making this a reality. God bless!
With gratitude and prayer,
P.S. Please share this email
with anyone else involved - our thanks extends to all.
05.24.17 - 2017 Workers’ Memorial Day
26 members of the Donley’s Team including carpenters, laborers, and finishers attended the 2017 Workers’ Memorial Day at Progressive Field. The annual event is a tribute to fallen Cleveland workers.