McDonald Remodeling

Giving Back

Supporting communities and organizations through giving has always been a cornerstone of our business. We believe a stronger community benefits everyone and doing our part to make the communities we work in and even those thousands of miles away is an important cause we want to contribute to with our time, our talent, and our resources. Every year, our employees give hundreds of hours of volunteer time in their communities and to causes they are passionate about.

In order to build the healthy and safe communities we work closely with many non-profit organizations that deliver vital services to those that need it. In fact, in the areas of health care, housing, and education our partners have made incredible differences for the lives of thousands of people.

Supported Organizations 

Second Harvest Heartland

Second Harvest Heartland

Founded in 1902, Union Gospel Mission (UGM) is a Christian ministry dedicated to serving people facing homelessness, poverty, or addiction in our community. By meeting physical, spiritual, emotional, and educational needs, the Mission is changing lives! The Mission helps people rebuild their lives by providing safe shelter, nutritious food, medical and dental care, and a broad variety of life-changing programs for children and adults.

Their goal is to encourage each person to value themselves as God values them, to see the gifts they have to offer the world, and to help them seek out a bright future as a fully contributing member of our community.

Learn more about Union Gospel Mission

Local Organizations


Inver Grove Heights BEST Foundation

Inver Grove Heights BEST Foundation

The Inver Grove Heights BEST Foundation was created to provide scholarships for students graduating from Simley High School. The foundation is separate from, but supportive of, the Inver Grove Heights Community Schools. Learn more.
Simley Hockey

Simley Hockey

To keep up with Simley Hockey follow them on Facebook.
Inver Grove Heights Kids’ Safety Camp

Inver Grove Heights Kids’ Safety Camp

Annual safety camp for kids held every summer. Kids learn how to handle all types of safety issues: fire, water, bike, health and more! Educational sessions will be taught through interactive games and hands on experiences.

Other Supported Organizations


Second Harvest Heartland

Second Harvest Heartland

Second Harvest Heartland works to reinvent hunger relief through leadership and innovation. As the Upper Midwest’s largest hunger relief organization, their goal is not only to help our hungry neighbors today, but to provide the means for everyone to be fed tomorrow. In 2011 alone, they collected, warehoused and distributed more than 70 million pounds of food—but they’re also constantly pioneering ways to reduce waste and better use resources. Learn more about Second Harvest Heartland
The Center for Victims of Torture

The Center for Victims of Torture

Rebuilds the lives and restores the hope of people who survive torture and war atrocities. Through its training of mental health counselors, assistance to torture survivor rehabilitation centers, conducting research, and engaging in public policy and education initiatives CVT aims to put an end to torture. In Minnesota, healing services are provided to torture survivors on an outpatient basis.  Learn more about their work at www.cvt.org
Common Hope

Common Hope

They promotes hope and opportunity in Guatemala, partnering with children, families, and communities who want to participate in a process of development to improve their lives through education, health care, and housing. More about Common Hope
Grace Centre

Grace Centre

A Christian faith-based non-profit organization that strengthens impoverished communities in Guatemala, partnering with local organizations to improve the quality of life among people through health initiatives such as clean water, basic nutrition, and adequate medical care. They support building projects and ongoing programs in response to the express needs of the communities. More about Grace Centre

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