BluSky Foundation

“We realize how fortunate our company is, and for me, we have a responsibility to give back.”

~Kent Stemper, BluSky CEO

The BluSky Foundation builds upon BluSky’s vision to not only Fix Broken Buildings, but to restore and rebuild the vital elements of our communities. By intentionally living and working our core values, BluSky strives to fulfill our responsibility to give back to our communities and assist in the development of nonprofit organizations nationwide.

We’re committed to making our communities better. We believe that to be a truly great company, we must share time and resources with the communities where we live and work. That belief led us to create the BluSky Foundation.

Through the BluSky foundation we support a host of women’s, children’s, disaster relief, and industry-related philanthropic causes. We do this through a combination of large organized events, donations, and volunteering our time.

 

Annual BluSky Day of Giving

It’s important to us to invest not only financial resources, but also our time to charitable endeavors. Each year on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving, BluSky employees across the company participate in acts of community service as a team.

Every BluSky office is encouraged to identify a local nonprofit organization and spend the day volunteering as a group with them. Each employee who participates is given paid time off that day for the purpose of volunteering.

Our people have loved doing this. We are grateful to be able to do so, and we believe it’s a reflection of our great group of employees and our organization.

We have supported organizations such as:

  • Agape Child & Family Services
  • Angels of America’s Fallen
  • Angels’ Arms
  • Arkansas Food Bank
  • Atlanta Community Food Bank
  • Boys & Girls Clubs of America
  • Boys & Girls Clubs of Greensboro
  • Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver
  • Children’s Hospital Colorado
  • Dekalb Co. Special Olympics
  • Ducks Unlimited
  • Eddie Nash Foundation for Foster Youth
  • Feeding America
  • Food Share of Ventura County
  • Four Oaks Family and Children’s Services
  • FUN Club
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Haven House Services
  • Kids Making It Woodworking Program
  • Lyle Rakers Charitable Foundation
  • Open Hand
  • Operation Christmas Child
  • Operation Inasmuch
  • Orange County Rescue Mission
  • Rose Brooks Center
  • Salvation Army
  • San Diego Rescue Mission
  • Santa Clarita Valley Food Pantry
  • Second Harvest of Metrolina
  • Second Harvest of Silicon Valley
  • St. Mary’s Food Bank
  • Starting Right Now
  • The Adoption Exchange
  • The Cycle Effect
  • Toys for Tots
  • United Way and the United Way Tocqueville Society
  • Volunteers of America

BluSky: Making our communities better.

BluSky Clays for Kids Sporting Clays Tournament

Sustainability

We are proud that we can reduce our carbon footprint while simultaneously reducing costs. Every load of debris that we can keep out of the landfill saves our company and our customer money.

For several years, we have worked with Ecoprojex, the largest appliance recycler in Colorado, to help us with our recycling efforts. This has paid off by keeping several thousand tons of debris out of the landfill. On one multi-million dollar project, we were able to recycle or donate 36 refrigerators, dishwashers, microwaves, and stoves. In addition, we were able to recycle much of the damaged copper, HVAC, and plumbing components as well.

Message from the CEO of Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver

Message from the President/CEO of Agape Child & Family Services in Memphis

Message from the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greensboro

Making Our Communities Better