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Over the past century, Miron Construction has grown alongside the communities in which we live and work. Our core driver of communities guides everything that we do as an organization. We embrace the importance of giving back and encourage all of our employees to get involved in their communities, assist their neighbors in need, and better the world by utilizing their unique interests and talents.
As a company, we provide support in many ways, from sponsorships and donations to in-kind services. We are proud to play an active role in our communities by contributing to projects that make them wonderful places in which to raise families, find meaningful work, and enjoy local entertainment and recreational activities.
As we’ve entered new communities, cultivated relationships, and grown as an organization, we have an even stronger sense of appreciation for the places we call home. We continually invest in the people, neighborhoods, and nonprofit organizations that have given us so much. It is inspiring to watch them thrive and continue to make an impact in countless ways.
At Miron Construction, we exist to serve the communities in which we live and work, giving back whenever and wherever we can.
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United Way envisions a world where every community is a strong one, with jobs that can support families, good schools, and a healthy environment. Miron employees have been giving generously to United Way for several years. In 2020, Miron donated more than $483,000 in combined employee and corporate donations, an increase of $50,000 from 2019. More than three-quarters of our employees made a gift. As you can see, we take our commitment to sharing in the responsibility of ensuring a safe, healthy community for all very seriously. Miron’s collective commitment to strengthening communities is apparent in its employees’ ongoing donation of time, talent, and treasure. Each year, they make a significant impact on the programs and services supported by United Way throughout each of the communities in which Miron offices are located, including the Neenah, Green Bay, Madison, Milwaukee, Wausau, and Eau Claire, Wisconsin, as well as Cedar Rapids, Iowa.“In their engagement with United Way Fox Cities, the Miron team has been true to their mission of building excellence. Miron’s culture of dreaming and caring comes through in their big-hearted leadership and commitment, not only for United Way, but for the entire community. At Miron, people want to give back, and that passion is contagious! We are grateful for your generosity and vision as you partner with us to build a stronger, more caring community for everyone.”Peter KellyFormer President & CEO of United Way Fox Cities
Boys & Girls Clubs
Through our support and the support of others, Boys & Girls Clubs provide kids and teens with a safe place to develop essential skills, make lasting connections, and have fun. As a result, Club kids are more likely to graduate from high school, be physically active every day, and volunteer in their communities. In 2020, Miron was honored to donate nearly $450,000 to Boys & Girls Clubs in Green Bay, Oshkosh, Wausau, and the Fox Valley.
Every day, the YMCA supports kids, adults, seniors, and families with programs that protect, teach, connect, heal, nourish, and encourage. When Miron and others support YMCAs, we make our communities stronger and help people realize the power of their full potential. In 2020, Miron donated nearly $225,000 to YMCAs in South Wood County, Green Bay, the Fox Cities, and to the Wisconsin Alliance of YMCAs.“Miron has made a meaningful impact on our organization and throughout our community for many years and in numerous ways. Miron has been instrumental in the success of the YMCA and several other non-profits through their generous support of time, talent, and treasure from throughout the Miron Family. We are blessed as a community to have Miron Construction call the Fox Cities home.”William B. Breider IIIPresident & CEO of the YMCA of the Fox CitiesBay–Lakes Council Boy Scouts of AmericaMiron is proud to support one of the largest Boy Scout Councils in the Midwest – the Bay–Lakes Council – which provides programs and services to more than 27,000 youth in 35 counties reaching from east central Wisconsin to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. In 2020, Miron donated $55,000 to help the Bay–Lakes Council prepare our youth to become leaders of tomorrow.Marshfield Clinic Health System FoundationThe Marshfield Clinic Health System serves Wisconsin with more than 10,000 employees including more than 1,200 providers comprising 90 specialties along with a health plan, research, and educational programs. As a nonprofit health system, they enrich lives through the provision of accessible, affordable, and compassionate health care. In 2020, Miron donated $68,000 to the health system’s Foundation, which makes their meaningful patient care, research, and education programs possible.Greater Fox Cities Area Habitat for HumanityAs an innovative leader, the Greater Fox Cities Area Habitat for Humanity provides diverse housing solutions while empowering families and inspiring community-wide action to break the cycle of poverty in the Fox Cities. In 2020, Miron donated nearly $60,000 to help fulfill their vision of a world where everyone has a proper place to call home.Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) – NE WisconsinThe Northeast Wisconsin Chapter of JDRF provides support to people with Type 1 diabetes in northeast and central Wisconsin. Miron is proud to have been a supporter of JDRF through financial giving, volunteering, and advocacy for many years. Miron’s financial contribution of $33,000 in 2020 allows JDRF to create life-changing breakthroughs in Type 1 treatments and therapies.PreviousNext
Miron Volunteer Program (MVP)
Corporate giving is just one way that Miron continues to breathe life into its core value of Communities. Additionally, and equally valuable, is the time that staff members personally give to efforts that are near and dear to their hearts. This donation of time, energy, and resources takes place on an individual level as well as the corporate level and is supported through the Miron Volunteer Program (MVP).
MVP hours may be used during the workday to volunteer at nonprofit organizations that address economic, physical, and/or emotional needs within the communities Miron calls home. In 2020, Miron employees donated approximately 200 hours of time to several worthy community organizations.MVP: Community Clean-UpAlthough the pandemic initially delayed Miron employees in gathering to clean up their respective communities in honor of Earth Day, the autumn brought with it the opportunity for people to step out into the great outdoors and pick up trash and debris that had collected on trails, in highway ditches, and next to riverways over the summer.MVP: Make A Difference DayIn addition to participating in the Volunteer Fox Cities Mystery Mission, Miron staff in various offices carved out time to honor National Make A Difference Day by supporting both the young and old. Hygiene boxes were packed and delivered to Youth Go, a nonprofit providing underserved and at-risk youth in grades five through 12 with opportunities to do well in school, develop as individuals, and prepare for their next step in life. For assisted living facilities, birdhouses were constructed, painted, and ultimately gifted to residents in various communities, encouraging feathered friends to stop by the recipients’ windows for regular visits throughout the pandemic.MVP: Cards of KindnessAt the onset of the pandemic, when senior living facilities were on lockdown, Miron staff members and their families created and sent personal greeting cards to residents to let them know that community members were thinking of them during such an uncertain time.MVP: Operation Gratitude Paracord Bracelet CreationIn honor of Veterans Day, Miron staff members supported Operation Gratitude—a national organization serving military and first responder heroes—by way of creating paracord bracelets. These functional bracelets are literal lifelines for our service men and women in an emergency; in an instant, and with one strategic pull, 7.5 feet of cord capable of holding up to 550 pounds is available to be used for everything from building a makeshift shelter to suturing an open wound.MVP: Volunteer Fox Cities Mystery MissionIn honor of National Make A Difference Day, members of the Miron team signed up for a Mystery Mission through Volunteer Fox Cities. After receiving clues about their assignment for several days in advance, the volunteers were finally given the name and address of the non-profit to which they were assigned just a few hours before they were due to report. Miron staff found themselves at BEAMING, Inc., an organization in Neenah that offers equine-assisted therapeutic riding for people of all ages and abilities. The volunteers tackled various improvements and chores, including cleaning out the arena, painting out-buildings, and cleaning saddles and other equipment.PreviousNext
Kids Christmas Party
Although the celebration may have looked a little different than in past years, not even COVID-19 could stop the Miron staff from sharing Christmas cheer with 10 families whose children are participants in the Big Brothers Big Sisters program. This annual event, which is funded through employee donations, involved the typical staff participation, including shopping for and wrapping gifts, assembling food baskets and craft kits, and confirming Santa would be on hand to spread Christmas joy. Rather than a party at the office, the event turned into a cheerful drive-through experience, where a hot chocolate bar, festive tunes, and a contingency of elves welcomed each family to safely load their vehicles with supplies to help make their holidays a bit more merry and bright.
Children's WisconsinMiron is a proud partner of Children’s Wisconsin, whose vision is to make the children of Wisconsin the healthiest in the nation. Providing care from routine visits to life-saving advances and treatment options, they work to ensure that every child and family receives nothing but the best care. In 2020, Miron proudly donated $200,000 to Children’s Wisconsin to ensure their holistic health experts can continue their work preventing childhood suffering.“Our Child Advocacy and Protection Services program is grateful for the support of Miron Construction in our efforts to respond to, and prevent, child abuse and neglect. This gift enables our team to be strategic and nimble in supporting educational and service missions, as well as expand access to child maltreatment medical expertise for children, families, and investigators in Wisconsin. Your generosity helps Children’s provide the best possible care for kids each and every day—we are humbled by your belief in our work. Thank you for helping us help the most vulnerable of kids.”Meg Brzyski NelsonChief Development Officer, Children’s Wisconsin Foundation
Feeding America® Eastern Wisconsin
One in seven people in northeast Wisconsin faces daily hunger. Hunger does not discriminate. It knows no age, race, or sex. Each year, Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin serves more than 400,000 people in their mission to solve hunger. Beyond volunteerism, Miron was happy to donate more than $30,000 in in-kind work for the organization’s 2020 build-out at their Appleton facility.“Every morning when I arrive in our beautiful Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin building, I’m reminded of the partnership we have with Miron Construction. Miron walked with us through the entire design, construction and opening of the food bank, and they continue to be alongside us in the three years since. Whether through volunteerism, financial support, or expert advice, we can always count on Miron Construction to be a strong partner in our service to community.”Patti HabeckPresident, Feeding America Eastern WisconsinCatholic Foundation for the Diocese of Green BayThe Catholic Foundation for the Diocese of Green Bay is a nonprofit organization that exists to promote financial stewardship and generosity with a faith-based outlet. In 2020, Miron donated $100,000 to the Foundation, helping assist those who wish to partake in religious, educational, and charitable organizations that serve the people of the Diocese and Catholic causes.The Women's Community Inc.The Women’s Community Inc. of Wausau provides specialized services and resources to those affected by domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking and human trafficking in central Wisconsin. As a nonprofit organization celebrating more than 40 years in existence, The Women’s Community helps individuals and families achieve greater emotional and economic sufficiency. Miron has been a long-time supporter of this organization, providing donations, sponsorships, and in-kind work. In 2020, Miron donated $5,000 to The Women’s Community.Xavier Catholic School SystemSt. Francis Xavier Catholic School System is a co-educational, fully accredited Catholic school community comprised of nearly 1,500 students serving grades Pre-K through 12. The System includes St. Francis Xavier High School, St. Francis Xavier Middle School, and St. Francis Xavier Elementary School at two locations. With new, state-of-the-art facilities, small class sizes, and a curriculum consistent with current trends, they offer the highest quality faith-based education while stressing the importance of pairing awareness with moral and social responsibility. In 2020, Miron gave more than $30,000 in sponsorships and donations.St. Mary Catholic SchoolsMiron’s commitment of support to St. Mary Catholic Schools (SMCS) has been longstanding. We’re proud to be part of the legacy of this incredible institution and look forward to our partnership continuing. We believe in the foundation of an SMCS education: faith, academics, service, and personal development. In 2020, Miron donated nearly $950,000 through donations, sponsorships, and in-kind work to help ensure students of SMCS are provided a well-rounded experience that encompasses students’ intellectual, spiritual, physical, and emotional growth and development in a faith-filled environment.PreviousNext
Miron collaborated with Make-A-Wish Wisconsin to grant the wish of a very special five-year-old named Dominic. Dominic is living with Lennox-Gastaut syndrome, a severe neurological disease that makes him prone to seizures. Dominic wished to be a “worker man” for the day, so several Miron team members stepped up to make his wish come true.
Dominic started his day with a police and fire escort from his home to a nearby Miron project site. Once on site, Dominic joined the crew, undertaking such efforts as operating equipment, pouring concrete, and laying block. Following the site visit, a custom sandbox was constructed at Dominic’s house, with the help of Dominic himself, to ensure he had the perfect place to play with his collection of excavating toys.
Through the support of Miron and others, Rawhide continues to transform lives by providing healing therapy, counseling, and skills development for young adults. Rawhide’s commitment is to love and serve those who need it the most, by combining faith, compassion, and commitment. In 2020, Miron donated more than $120,000 to Rawhide.“Rawhide Youth Services is blessed to have Miron Construction’s support. Your team’s gifts help us transform the lives of Wisconsin’s at-risk youth and their families who need a second chance at life. Through our new and updated facilities as well as your generous donations, Rawhide staff can continue providing critical services to accomplish our mission each year through therapy, residential care, education, love, and hope with every youth who comes to us for help.”Alan B. LouxPresident and CEO, Rawhide Youth Services
The Plaza at Gateway Park
The new outdoor skating rink and public plaza will be located in downtown Neenah. The rink will offer skating in the winter and spring. During the warmer months, the concrete surface will be used for events such as small concerts, art fairs, evening movies, exercise classes, or food and wine festivals. Beyond completing the concrete and masonry work on the project, Miron donated $250,000 toward this exciting community venue.
For more than 70 years, Curative Connections has been helping families, seniors, and people with disabilities find support and achieve their goals for independence. The Curative Connections team believes that engaged and empowered people create vibrant communities, and we couldn’t agree more. In 2020, Miron donated $10,000 to Curative Connections.
Donations and Drives
Staff Supplies, Monetary Donation Drives, & Life-Saving Donations
Miron staff open their wallets to give to various nonprofits and causes throughout the year. In 2020, these grassroot staff collections supported the following organizations and individuals:
Funds collected went toward the purchase of cookies that were sent to Miron project sites as an expression of gratitude for the field staff.
Helping Out Our American Heroes
Various United Way Chapters throughout Wisconsin and Iowa
91.9 FM Help for the Homeless Hygiene Drive
Community Blood Center
Miron partners with the Community Blood Center several times each year to host staff blood drives. Throughout the year, more than 260 units of blood were collected at our corporate headquarters and our yard operations, impacting nearly 800 patients in need of a donation.
Be the Match
Two staff members who had signed up on the bone marrow donation registry (Be the Match) were able to provide life-saving marrow to individuals desperately in need of a bone-marrow transplant.