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Community. Involvement. Paying it Forward.

We're all about it.

Unified Construction Group is committed to regularly staying active in our community through involvement with various organizations and philanthropic events and fundraisers. 

Your Grateful Nation/ Special Operators Transition Foundation

Your Grateful Nation is a non-profit organization that aims to aid in transitioning special operations veterans into a successful career. The organization operates by utilizing donations, fundraising efforts and pairing these veterans with professional mentors that guide them along the way towards new careers. Unified's very own Drew Peckham (Safety Manager) dedicates himself to this organization by mentoring veterans and working with them each step of the way to start their new career.

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Rosie's Place

Rosie's Place has been a sanctuary for women since 1974 which provides a multitude of services for poor and homeless women in Boston. Providing shelter, meals, career services and hope for over 12,000 women per year, Rosie's place relies on donations and volunteers to fund their organization that is not only essential but, life changing to these women in need. While Unified's involvement with Rosie's Place includes annual donation and attendance to the Rosie's Place Fundraiser Luncheon, we felt we could make even more of a difference. This past spring, Unified sponsored a woman who has been supported by Rosie's Place to join the Union and start working with UCG as a laborer in the final cleaning division. We hope to inspire more women to enter the exciting world of construction as we continue a partnership with Rosie's Place!

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James L. McKeown Boys & Girls Club of Woburn

Despite the majority of our job sites being located in Boston, we wanted to give back to our local community in Woburn where our office is located. This past holiday season we partnered with Boys & Girls Club of Woburn to run a donation drive that allowed us to provide gifts for 7 children in the Woburn community. 

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Make-A-Wish Foundation

The Make- A- Wish Foundation was the benefactor of Unified's first annual Charity Golf Tournament. Through the generosity of our industry partners who attended our tournament, we were able to fund a trip to Disney World for a young boy battling terminal cancer and his family. 

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Boston College Campus School

Unified's 2nd Annual Golf Tournament was thrown to benefit the Boston College Campus School. The BC Campus School provides innovative special education and related services to students with multiple disabilities and complex health care needs. Despite their association with Boston College, the school relies heavily on donations to operate as they provide education tailored to each child's need. Monetary donations to the school allows them to invest in new technology that aids in their teaching methods as well as funds educational trips for the students. 

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