Edmonton, Alberta (October 4, 2018) – PCL Construction’s
Edmonton campus location is proud to share the total funds raised in it’s
recent United Way of the Alberta Capital Region fundraising campaign. This year’s campaign theme was 50 Years
United as PCL celebrated half a century partnership with the United Way.
PCL employees raised $2,354,514 through a number of different events, personal donations, and corporate matching
over the three-week campaign. A first-time pie-in-the-face fundraiser, a ping
pong ball drop, an online auction, and a Be-Seen-In-Jeans week all helped get
PCL’s 2018 United Way campaign chair, Brent Sharpe, says “We
really wanted to celebrate our milestone partnership with the United Way. United
Way plays a large part in PCL’s vision to give back to the communities in which
we live and work for the past 50 years. Our PCL family always comes together to
donate time and money, and make a difference for our community’s less
fortunate. PCL continues to be the
biggest donor to the Edmonton-Area United Way campaign, giving close to 10% of
the Edmonton-Area United Way’s total donation dollars each year.”
United Way donations in the Alberta Capital Region help
deliver over one hundred programs that lift people out of poverty and prevent
those at risk of falling into it.
Learn more here about the United Way, and how you can make a difference here.
is a group of independent construction companies that carries out work across
Canada, the United States, the Caribbean, and in Australia. These diverse
operations in the civil infrastructure, heavy industrial, and buildings markets
are supported by a strategic presence in 31 major centers. Together, these
companies have an annual construction volume of $8 billion, making PCL the largest
contracting organization in Canada and one of the largest in North America.
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