As a private company working for the public good, we are committed
to making a difference in our community. As such, our principals
are actively involved in many charitable and community service organizations:
First Tee of Charlotte. Dedicated to enriching the lives of
Mecklenburg County's young people, First Tee incorporates character-building
and life lessons into an introduction to the game of golf.
Ladder. Founded in 1998, Jacob's Ladder helps unemployed and
underemployed individuals find and maintain employment. The organization's
four-step process gives clients the skills they need to search for
jobs, network, interview, etc. In addition, Jacob's Ladder works
with local businesses to ensure the availability of employment opportunities
• Council for Children.
The Council for Children advocates for young people falling through
the cracks in the juvenile care system, many of whom are victims
of physical abuse, neglect, substance abuse, etc. Drawing on the
dedication of its attorneys, advocates, and other professional staff
and volunteers, the Council for Children offers hope to children
who need it the most.
Police Foundation. Established in 2004 by Charlotte-area business
and civic leaders, this non-profit foundation funds worthwhile programs
and initiatives that do not make it into the Police Department budget.
• McLeod Addictive
Disease Center. The largest substance abuse treatment facility
in the Carolinas, the McLeod Center separates itself from other
addiction programs by making almost all of its treatment options
available on demand. Since opening its doors in 1968, the McLeod
Center has expanded to include eight narcotic treatment clinics
across North Carolina.