As 2015 comes to a close, our team at C.H. Newton Builders would like to take a moment to reflect. Although we are grateful for our immediate accomplishments and homes built for our amazing clients, we want to focus on the wonderful organizations and groups we were able to support this year so that the community we love could reach its goals. Over the past 12 months, we are proud to recall that we were able to offer donations to a wide variety of organizations and causes. Creativity is key in designing and building homes, impelling us to donate to local organizations such as the Falmouth Artist Guild and Falmouth Chorale. Our aim in offering support to Tilton School, and Suffolk University (both schools possessing strong alumnus ties with our company) was to promote educational enrichment for achieving creative goals, developing critical skills, and fostering opportunities for our aspiring builders, managers, and technicians. Donations to the Osterville Village Library promotes youth literacy and intellectual development, as well as an encouraging space for academic achievement; and Oyster Harbors Club, where many of our clients become members after moving into their Cape residences, continues to offer recreation programs for youth members as well. Thinking large scale, we contributed to the Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, supporting research affecting our colleagues and clients both now and in the future.
As always, we maintained strong ties with our neighbor, Emerson House, a renovated 1860s mansion currently housing Gosnold on Cape Cod’s residential treatment program for women, and, during our 3rd annual networking event co-hosted with New England Home Magazine, we were able to raise over $8,000 for the Boys and Girls Club of Cape Cod.
Thank you to all of the organizations we support and work with to achieve success and excellence in their lives, the community and within our industry. We’re looking forward to an eventful and exciting 2016 with even more opportunities to foster, build, and solidify connections in our own neighborhood, within our field, and with future leaders in architecture and design!