Employees from Granger Construction recentlyparticipated in the Capital Area United Way 2017 Days of Caring event by volunteering at REACH Studio Art Center in Lansing, Michigan.

REACH is a non-profit community art studio that offers out-of-school visual art education for youth of all ages and adults from the Greater Lansing area. REACH has been running successful, youth-driven educational art programming dedicated to mentoring at-risk youth, urban revitalization, and strengthening community since its founding in 2003.

While at REACH, volunteers spent part of the day helping to transform the landscape outside of the building.

“It’s such a privilege to be able to give something back to the community,” said Kim Robson, Granger employee and co-chair of Granger’s United Way committee. “Granger has been such an active part of our community. It’s really an honor to be able to support initiatives like this.”

Granger Construction is a proud supporter of the Capital Area United Way. To learn more visit CAUW online.

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