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Christmas Family Adoption Drive

Winter, 2015
Recognized for:
Christmas Family Adoption Drive
Acknowledged by: Children’s Advocacy Center for Denton County (CACDC)

During the holiday season, Cadence McShane Construction Company collected a variety of gifts for a family with three children as part of CACDC’s Christmas Family Adoption Drive.  CACDC is a non-profit organization serving children who have been victims of abuse within the community of Denton County. To learn more or to donate, visit: www.cacdc.org.

 


Bark + Build Design/Build Competition

Fall, 2015
Recognized for:
Bark + Build Design/Build Competition
Acknowledged by: AIA Dallas and TEXO Association

Cadence McShane teamed up with WRA Architects for the first annual Bark + Build Design/Build Competition presented by AIA Dallas and TEXO Association.  The Cadence McShane/ WRA Architects team worked together to design and build a dog house to be a winning prize of a raffle drawing.  All proceeds from the raffle benefitted SPCA of Texas, a leading animal welfare agency dedicated to providing exceptional care and loving homes to animals. For more information about SPCA of Texas, please visit: www.spca.org.

 


Hunger Action Month

Fall, 2015
Recognized for:
Hunger Awareness
Acknowledged by: Feeding America

Throughout the month of September, Cadence McShane took to social media to raise awareness for Hunger Action Month initiated by Feeding America.  Utilizing the hashtag #Spoontember, Cadence McShane spread awareness for the 1 in 7 Americans struggling with hunger.  The firm also participated in several hunger-focused initiatives helping to provide food to those in need throughout the year. To learn more and find out how you can get involved with Feeding America, visit: www.feedingamerica.org.

 


Gladiator Rock N’ Run

Fall, 2015
Recognized for:
Gladiator Rock N’ Run
Acknowledged by: Soldiers’ Angels

A team of Cadence McShane Construction employees participated in the Gladiator Rock N’ Run, a three-mile obstacle course.  The highly-attended event raised money for Soldiers’ Angels, an organization that provides assistance to veterans, wounded, deployed armed forces personnel and their families. To learn more about Soldiers’ Angels or to donate, please visit: www.soldiersangels.org.  To find a Gladiator Rock N’ Run race near you, go to: www.gladiatorrocknrun.com.

 


School Supply Drive

Fall, 2015
Recognized for:
Back-to-School Supply Drive
Acknowledged by: Fort Worth Independent School District

Together with a group of local architects and construction companies, Cadence McShane helped to collect and donate approximately $2,500 worth of school supplies for students at Dolores Huerta Elementary School in Fort Worth, Texas. 

 


Feed My Starving Children

Summer, 2015
Recognized for:
Feeding the Hungry
Acknowledged by: Feed My Starving Children

Members of Cadence McShane Construction Company participated in the 2015 MobilePack event for Feed My Starving Children.  The firm volunteered for two consecutive days to help the organization reach its goal of packaging 1,000,000 meals for children and adults around the world.  Feed My Starving Children is a non-profit organization that tackles world hunger by sending volunteer-packed, nutritious meals to 70 countries world-wide. For more information, visit: www.fmsc.org

 


Habitat for Humanity

Summer, 2015
Recognized for:
Home Improvements
Acknowledged by: Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity

Cadence McShane employees came together over a weekend to paint a house as part of the Dallas Habitat for Humanity’s critical home repair program.  Habitat for Humanity is an international organization that provides housing for low-income families all over the world through new construction and financial assistance.  To learn more or to donate to Habitat for Humanity, please visit: www.habitat.org.  For information about the Dallas affiliate organization, go to: www.dallasareahabitat.org.

 


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Summer, 2015
Recognized for:
Thoughtful Thirty Initiative
Acknowledged by: Cadence McShane Construction Company

In recognition of Cadence McShane’s 30-year anniversary in 2015, the firm launched its Thoughtful Thirty initiative. Each employee was given $30 and asked to find a creative way to donate it to a cause of their choice. The Dallas, Austin and Houston offices then voted to determine the most unique and meaningful donation story that made the biggest impact with just $30.  The winner in each office was given an additional $300 to donate to their cause. The winning charities included Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, National Ovarian Cancer Coalition and the Houston Food Bank.

 


North Texas Food Bank

Summer, 2015
Recognized for:
Sorting Food for the Hungry
Acknowledged by: North Texas Food Bank

The Dallas office of Cadence McShane spent an afternoon volunteering at the North Texas Food Bank.  The team sorted 9,449 lbs. of food for over 7,000 adults and children in the North Texas area. To learn more or find out how you can get involved with the North Texas Food Bank, go to: www.ntfb.org.

 


17th Annual AGC Golf Tournament

Spring, 2015
Recognized for:
Sponsorship and Participation
Acknowledged by: Texas A&M Student Chapter of AGC

Cadence McShane sponsored and participated in the 17th Annual AGC Golf Tournament organized by the Texas A&M Student Chapter of AGC. The firm had the opportunity to meet and play golf with Construction Science students at Texas A&M University while supporting several charitable organizations including Leaps for Autism, Save Our Streets, and Brazos Valley
Boys and Girls Club.

 


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Fall, 2014
Recognized for:
Gold Sponsorship
Acknowledged by: Angels of Dance, Inc.

The Dallas office of Cadence McShane Construction participated in the 3rd Annual Dancing for the Cure event held by Angels of Dance, Inc., a non-profit organization formed by professional and amateur dancers in the DFW Metroplex. Proceeds went to the Susan G. Komen Foundation, an organization committed to ending breast cancer. Since 1982, the Foundation has invested more than $2.5 billion to fulfill its promise of working to end breast cancer in the U.S. and throughout the world through groundbreaking research, community health outreach, advocacy and programs in more than 30 countries. For more information on the Susan G. Komen Foundation, please visit: ww5.komen.org.

 


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ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Summer, 2014
Recognized for:
ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
Acknowledged by: ALS Association

Cadence McShane Construction Company President Will Hodges completed the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge on Friday, August 23, 2014. Hodges initiated a donation matching program throughout the Cadence McShane organization to encourage contributions to support the ALS Association. The Ice Bucket Challenge supports the ALS Association encouraging ALS awareness. Individuals can either accept the challenge, make a donation or do both. ALS (also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease) is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord with the progressive degeneration of the motor neurons eventually leading to death. Learn more about ALS and the Ice Bucket Challenge at: www.alsa.org.

 
 

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God’s Pantry

Spring, 2014
Recognized for:
Feeding the Hungry
Acknowledged by: God’s Pantry

Cadence McShane Construction provided a sizable contribution to God’s Pantry, a local food distribution organization, through its ‘Jeans Friday’ initiative that took place during Spring 2014. God’s Pantry is a food pantry providing assistance for residents of North Texas by supplying food to an average of 2,000 people each month. With the goal to make our community a better place for everyone, God’s Pantry provides services through walk-ins at its storefront, as well as assisting residents at a local apartment complex that focuses on housing the elderly and disabled, including a large number of veterans of the United States Armed Forces. For more information, visit: www.gods-pantry.com.

 


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Carry The Load

August, 2014
Recognized for:
Supporting Carry The Load Organization
Acknowledged by: Carry The Load

Throughout the Winter of 2014, the team members of Cadence McShane Construction supported the Carry The Load organization through their ‘Jeans Fridays’ program. All proceeds were donated to Carry The Load, a Dallas-based organization committed to restoring the true meaning of Memorial Day and to connect Americans to the sacrifices of their military, law enforcement, firefighters and rescue personnel. Carry The Load programs provide an interactive way for Americans to remember, honor and celebrate Memorial Day in dedication to those who sacrifice for us daily. For more information visit: www.carrytheload.org.

 


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SoupMobile

Fall, 2013
Recognized for:
Supporting the SoupMobile Organization
Acknowledged by: SoupMobile

In Fall 2013, Cadence McShane Dallas employees contributed a donation to the SoupMobile organization through their ‘Jean Fridays’ initiative. The SoupMobile program is a mobile soup kitchen that feeds and shelters the homeless, serving over 200,000 meals per year to the homeless in the Dallas area. The organization’s housing program, SoupMobile Village is a series of group homes located in the Dallas area specifically designed to take a homeless man, woman, or family off of the streets, put a roof over their heads, help get them a job, and return them to society as productive working members of the community. To learn more, visit: www.soupmobile.org.

 


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School Supply Drive

Summer, 2013
Recognized for:
Back to School Supplies Drive
Acknowledged by: Children’s Advocacy Center of Denton County

In anticipation of the upcoming school year, the Cadence McShane team organized a school supply drive to benefit the children supported by the Children’s Advocacy Center of Denton County as they prepare to go back to school. To learn more, visit: www.cacdc.org.

 


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Disaster Relief

Spring, 2013
Recognized for:
Supporting Relief Efforts
Acknowledged by: American Red Cross and WACO Foundation

In the wake of two national tragedies that claimed numerous lives, the explosion of a West Texas fertilizer plant and the mile-wide tornado that tore through several Oklahoma communities, the Cadence McShane organization raised nearly $800 through its ‘Jeans Fridays’ program to support the two relief efforts.

 


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Autism Society

Winter, 2013
Recognized for:
Supporting People Affected by Autism
Acknowledged by: Autism Society

In the Winter of 2013, Cadence McShane employees raised $610 through their ‘Jeans Fridays’ program and donated the proceeds to the Autism Society, a grassroots autism organization that strives to improve the lives of all affected by autism. The organization increases public awareness about issues faced by people with autism, advocates for the appropriate services for individuals in all age groups with the disease and provides the latest information regarding treatment, education, research and advocacy to the public. The Autism Society is responsible for leading numerous pieces of state and local legislation, including the 2006 Combating Autism Act, the first federal autism-specific law. To learn more, visit: www.autism-society.org.

 


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Angel Trees

Winter, 2013
Recognized for:
Supporting Families in Need
Acknowledged by: Children’s Advocacy Center of Denton County

During the holiday season, Cadence McShane acquired the names, ages and lists of desired items from a family associated with the Children’s Advocacy Center of Denton County. The Cadence McShane team was able to supply the family with the items they needed, in addition to gifting the children with the holiday present that he or she had selected. To learn more, visit: www.cacdc.org.

 


cmc_cadc_jeansChildren’s Advocacy Center

Fall, 2012
Recognized for: Supporting Abused Children
Acknowledged by: Children’s Advocacy Center of Denton County

Throughout the Fall of 2012, Cadence McShane’s ‘Jeans Fridays’ initiative raised $600 for the Children’s Advocacy Center of Denton County, a non-profit organization that strives to provide justice and healing for abused children. The organization maintains three priorities – reduce trauma on child victims when they are involved in the criminal justice process; aid emotional healing through the counseling of victims and non-offending family members; and help ensure that offenders of child abuse are held accountable. To learn more, visit: www.cacdc.org.

 


cmc_jonanathans_jeansJonathan’s Place

Summer, 2012
Recognized for: Supporting Abused Children
Acknowledged by: Jonathan’s Place

Through the ‘Jeans Fridays’ program, Cadence McShane raised $592 for Jonathan’s Place, a local care services provider for Dallas area children who are victims of abuse. Jonathan’s Place operates three distinct programs – an emergency shelter that provides specialized services and 24-hour residential care for abused and neglected children; a Foster & Adoptive Family Program that recruits potential foster and adoptive families, conducts training programs and verifies the families as either foster or foster-to-adopt families; and a Girls Treatment Program that provides long-term residential care to girls age 10 – 17 who would benefit from a higher level of therapeutic care. To learn more, visit: www.jpkids.org.

 


cmc_bears_S2012-2_bear_driveTeddy Bear Drive

Spring, 2012
Recognized for: Supporting Abused Children
Acknowledged by: Children’s Advocacy Center of Denton County

The Cadence McShane organization conducted a teddy bear drive for the Children’s Advocacy Center of Denton County. When children come to the center to be interviewed about abusive situations, they are invited to select and keep a stuffed teddy bear of their choice. To learn more, visit: www.cacdc.org.

 


cmc_red_cross_tsunami_jeansAmerican Red Cross

Spring, 2012
Recognized for: Supporting Disaster Relief for Japan
Acknowledged by: American Red Cross

In the Spring of 2012, the Cadence McShane organization raised $630 through their ‘Jeans Fridays’ initiative and donated the proceeds to the American Red Cross. The American Red Cross is a network of donors, volunteers and employees focused on five key service areas: disaster relief, supporting America’s military families, blood donation, health and safety services and international services. The Cadence McShane employees supported the organization during the massive relief effort taking place for the victims of Japan’s 2011 earthquake and tsunami. To learn more, visit: www.redcross.org.

 


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Fisher House

Winter, 2012
Recognized for:
Supporting Military Families
Acknowledged by: Fisher House Foundation

Cadence McShane collected $594 through their ‘Jeans Fridays’ program and made a contribution to the Fisher House Foundation, an organization that builds and donates homes for military and Department of Veterans Affairs’ family members during the hospitalization for a combat injury, illness or disease of their loved ones. Each home is carefully designed to provide a comfortable environment in close proximity to the medical center or hospital it serves. To learn more, visit: www.fisherhouse.org.