serving the community
At trevi, giving back the to community is part of our culture.
After all, it’s our community that we have to thank for our success. As an organization, we support the following very worthy causes:
This non-profit animal rescue organization provides life-saving services for homeless pets in Georgia, many of which are rescued from local kill shelters. The animals are given a full medical evaluation and needed medical care. Once healthy, animals are placed in foster homes until they can be transported to partner shelters in the Northeast, where they are adopted by fully screened families. Typically, animals remain in foster homes for only 2-4 weeks. Road Trip Home rescued 1,800 animals in 2014 and 2,090 in 2015. trevi helps this organization in many ways—President and CEO Lori Gerken serves on the Board of Directors, and as a family, the Gerkens’ help with events—but their favorite role is being foster parents to puppies!
This organization is a community based warehouse facility that directly assists the general public in identifying and implementing best practice green building-related concepts. The idea is to reduced solid waste disposal and promote resource efficiency. Since beginning operations in late 2011, LBC has diverted more than 1,400,000 pounds of reusable building materials from area landfills and donated more than $500,000 in materials to 55 nonprofits and schools. In short, the mission of LBC is to make the lifecycle use of the built environment increasingly efficient and sustainable. www.lifecyclebuildingcenter.org