Since our inception, Goodfellow Top Grade has taken a unique approach to the construction business. We recognize that the long-term health and success of our company stems from forward-thinking business practices, including our ongoing commitment to social responsibility.
Goodfellow Top Grade has regularly contributed to causes that make a difference in the lives of our neighbors, families, customers, and employees. By partnering with vital non-profit organizations, Goodfellow Top Grade actively enhances the communities in which we live and work.
We encourage employees to get involved in the causes that touch their lives. Inherent in our culture is a sense of pride in making a difference. Great things can be accomplished when a company is an active corporate citizen. Some of the organizations Goodfellow Top Grade supports include:
Brayden Durant Children’s Foundation
The Brayden Durant Children’s Foundation is dedicated to the betterment of the lives of children affected by disease, illness, or injury. The foundation was established in memory of Brayden Michael Durant, to carry forth the hopes and dreams he was not able to realize, but other children on this earth still can.
Taylor Family Foundation
The mission of The Taylor Family Foundation (TTFF) is to enhance the quality of life for children in Northern California suffering from life-threatening illnesses and disabilities. The foundation has helped thousands of children who suffer from skin disease, heart disease, Crohn’s disease, autism, HIV/AIDS, and other life-threatening diseases by providing medical care, psychological support, and summer camp experience.
The Susan G. Komen Foundation
The Komen San Francisco Bay Area Affiliate is a volunteer organization founded in 1987 and is devoted to raising and allocating funds for breast cancer research, education, screening and treatment. The Foundation has a network of volunteers working through affiliates such as Tri-Valley SOCKS which produce a variety of events to eradicate breast cancer as a life-threatening disease.