DPR Foundation, the charitable arm of DPR Construction, sponsored $3,000 for a fundraiser with the Carpenters Union to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project on Sunday, March 16. The family-friendly event featured bowling, arts and crafts and a chance to win raffle prizes at Kearney Mesa Bowl.
“The DPR Foundation is proud to raise awareness and provide support for several incredible organizations in our local communities,” said Ian Pyka, DPR project manager and San Diego representative for the DPR Foundation. “We are so grateful for all that our servicemen and women have done and are excited to give back through the Wounded Warrior Project.”
The Wounded Warrior Project seeks to raise awareness and enlist public aid for injured service members. The organization offers injured service members the resources to assist each other and provides unique programs and services for mind, body and economic empowerment.
About DPR Construction
DPR Construction, named by FORTUNE as one of the “100 Best Companies to Work For,” is a forward-thinking national general contractor and construction manager specializing in technically complex and sustainable projects. A privately held, employee-owned company, DPR has grown to more than $1 billion in annual revenue, making it one of the largest general contractors in the nation. Locally, DPR is a perennial Top 5 general contractor with annual revenue averaging over $200 million. DPR’s San Diego office is located at 5010 Shoreham Place. For more information about DPR, visit www.dpr.com.
About DPR Foundation
The DPR Foundation (www.dprfoundation.org) is a 501 (c)(3) organization focused on helping socio-economically disadvantaged children, grades K-12, within the communities in which DPR has established operations. In three years, the DPR Foundation has awarded a total of $895,000 to 13 supported organizations across the country.