Community Involvement

Giving back to the community we work in and love.

In the spirit of giving back to the community, Anchor Construction’s leadership team and employees are proud supporters of the following organizations and programs:

Special Olympics Maryland

  • Special Olympics Maryland is a year-round sports organization dedicating to providing life-changing sports training and competition opportunities to Maryland’s citizens with intellectual disabilities. SOMD currently serves thousands of athletes statewide and offers 28 sports, all at no cost to the athletes or their families.

Columbia Festival of the Arts

  • This organization’s mission is to present a world-class celebration of the arts and entertainment that attracts, engages and inspires the broad and diverse community it serves. The festivals feature performances, exhibitions, concerts, classes and workshops, and many more activities for artists, individuals, and families. Founded in 1987, the festival has grown into one of the region’s premier arts events.

The Capital Area Food Bank

  • A member of Feeding America, a national network of 200 food banks, the Capital Area Food Bank’s critical mission is to feed the hungry in the Washington metro area. It does so by acquiring food and distributing it through its network of partner agencies, as well as educating, empowering, and enlightening the community about the issues of hunger and nutrition.

Wounded Warrior Project

  • The mission of Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) is to honor and empower Wounded Warriors. WWP’s purpose is to raise awareness and to enlist the public’s aid for the needs of injured service members, to help injured servicemen and women aid and assist each other, and to provide unique, direct programs and services to meet their needs.

A Wider Circle

  • The mission of A Wider Circle is simple: ending poverty. They work in partnership with the communities we serve and with those seeking to ensure that every child, adult and family has the chance to succeed and the opportunity to live well.

​Turning the Page

  • Turning the Page is a nonprofit currently partnered with six public elementary and middle schools in Washington, D.C.’s Ward 8. They work to engage parents and other family members to become more active and effective participants in their children’s education.

Maryland Food Bank

  • As a part of the Tanks Direct Holiday Food Drive, Anchor Construction is proud to support the Maryland Food Bank, one of the leading food assistance programs in the state.

One Warm Coat

  • NUCA of Washington D.C.’s Coat Drive collected more than 500 coats, hats, scarves and gloves for One Warm Coat in 2014. One Warm Coat has provided warm coats to men, women and children in need since 1992 and has supported more than 3,000 coat drives each year.

Pepco Holdings, Inc. Community Foundation

  • Pepco Holdings, Inc. is proud of their close ties to the communities they serve in Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey and the District of Columbia. Through an Emergency Services Partnership Program, Speakers Bureau and various Environmental Initiatives, PHI and its partners are able to donate thousands of hours of volunteer service each year.

Christmas in April

  • Christmas in April is a non-denominational volunteer organization that repairs the homes of low income and/or physically challenged senior citizens so that they may live in warmth, safety and independence. Anchor Construction has been able to invest numerous man hours to help this worthy organization pour concrete and build houses.

San Miguel School

  • San Miguel School is a Lasallian Middle School, dedicated to transforming lives for academically underserved and economically disadvantaged boys in the Washington, D.C., metro area through education, helping to break the cycle of poverty.

Ekklesia International

  • Ekklesia International is a non-denominational, faith-based organization committed to transforming lives. Anchor Construction donated clothes and home goods to the organization, and helped raise money for a new all-girls school on behalf of Ekklesia International’s sister church in Africa.