Atlantic Sunrise contractor donates to needy families in Lebanon, Schuylkill counties

Community involvement is important, especially during the holiday season, and we’re thrilled when our contractors help give to the communities Williams is proud to serve. 

Welded Construction, an Atlantic Sunrise contractor, recently held two benefit drives for those in need. The company collected canned and boxed foods, diapers, baby food items, drinks, toiletries and more to give needy families in Lebanon and Schuylkill counties.

Welded Construction employees deliver food items to Schuylkill Community Action.

The contractor gave 2,716 pounds of boxed and canned food items to Lebanon County Christian Ministries (LCCM), and more than 3,000 pounds of food items to Schuylkill Community Action (SCA).

“[Welded Construction has] demonstrated what it means to be community-minded, and we are working to build lasting relationships with their surrounding neighbors,” LCCM Development Manager Dan Landes said. “Welded Construction has gone above and beyond the call to help support the fight against hunger. The best part is that they have expressed various upcoming plans to continue their charitable efforts, and we applaud their earnest intentions.”

The Williams team applauds all those at Welded who made these donations possible.