On Friday, November 11, several CES Team members volunteered their time assisting WindowDressers, a Maine-based nonprofit organization that supports dozens of Community Builds across New England and brings volunteers of all economic and social situations together to improve the warmth and comfort of interior spaces, lower heating costs, and reduce carbon dioxide pollution by producing low-cost insulating window inserts that function as custom interior-mounted storm windows. The CES crew’s Community Build Day took place at Cumberland Congregational Church.
CES is committed to giving back to the community and offers team building events for employees throughout the year and provides each employee with volunteer hours that may be used to support organizations close to their
hearts in the communities in which they live and work.
CES thanks the folks at WindowDressers for a great experience – and for the work that you do that makes a positive and lasting impact throughout New England.
CES WindowDressers Volunteer Team pictured below left-to-right: Anthony Viola, Zack Hallock, Henry Toulmin, Charlotte Del Col, Simon Pritchard, and Tarik Cetin