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As April comes to an end, the successful completion of the new building means BiG now has a space to call their own. “We could not have succeeded without the incredible generosity of community supporters like Power Design,” said Erik Kiltz, executive director of BiG. “They literally “powered” us through, and we are so proud to have a beautiful, functional setting for our adults with intellectual challenges to thrive,” Kiltz added, “Power Design will forever be a part of our family.” BiG’s new location includes rooms for the Citizens to create their handmade pottery and greetings cards, as well as an expanded retail space and a small café.
We could not have succeeded without the incredible generosity of community supporters like Power Design.
Power Design’s commitment to the local communities in which it works has long been a focus for the company. In 2007, Project V5 officially launched; a program that takes scrap wire from Power Design’s jobsites and turns it in for cash. Those funds are then directly contributed to employee-chosen charities throughout the country. Since 2008, Power Design has raised more than $800,000 through Project V5 and has contributed many services to community projects such as BiG.
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