Giving back to the communities we serve is very important to us. Our employees and their families live, work, go to school- they grow up and they grow old in the same neighborhoods we sell and rent construction equipment in. One hand lends itself to the other, and in this spirit, we regularly give back in the following ways:
How it Works. Each Target Rental location has a specific rental excavator that gets a complete make-over with the colors, logos and branding of the selected non-profit agency, then 20% of it’s rental revenue is donated back to the selected non-profit for the length of the excavator’s rental life- roughly three years. Once the unit is ready to move out of our rental fleet, we then choose the next non-profit to benefit. If you are a non-profit and would like to be considered for the next generation sponsorship, fill out the Digging Our Communities Application.
You very well may have seen them in your neighborhood. For the 2023-2025 Generation the selected non Profits listed below. To Reserve a Sponsored Excavator, mention the non-profit when making the reservation.
Building Homes for Heroes builds or modifies homes, and gifts them, mortgage-free, to injured veterans and their families. The organization also provides support services to enable veterans and their families to build better and brighter lives and reach new heights. The organization reached a program rating of 95.19% in 2021, the 10th straight year where 93% of every dollar donating goes directly to its mission. It also received a perfect 4-star rating from Charity Navigator for six straight years, including a 100% in transparency and accountability. The organization reached its milestone 300th home for a veteran in September and is focused on delivering more homes this year, including its 343rd home around Sept. 11, in honor of the 343 members of the New York Fire Department who died on 9/11.
United Way of San Juan County has been working since 1995 to enhance the ability of local agencies to meet the vital needs in our commaunity. As always, our funding priorities reflect our dedication to building healthy and resilient individuals, families, and communities, ensuring that all county residents have their basic needs met, including food, shelter, and a healthy living environment; physical and mental health and wellbeing; and safety from violence and abuse.
4-H of Montezuma County provides learning experiences in which youth develop life skills such as communication, citizenship, decision-making, interpersonal relationships and community, and global awareness. Kids experience 4-H through in-school and after-school programs, school and community clubs and 4-H camps.