Berglund Construction Workers Help Children Fighting Cancer
The employees at three Berglund Construction companies are opening their hearts to help children and teens fighting cancer. Workers from Berglund Construction located in Chicago and Chesterton, Indiana were recently asked to donate a new toy during the Berglund Construction holiday toy drive. When the dust had settled, over 200 toys, $20 and $35 in gift cards had been collected on behalf of the Pediatric Oncology Treasure Chest Foundation to directly benefit children fighting cancer.
Berglund Construction is a fourth-generation, family-owned and operated Construction and building restoration firm. Berglund Construction specializes in the restoration of stone, concrete, masonry, and curtain wall structures. Berglund works to preserve some of the Midwest's architectural gems including schools, art museums, churches, and office buildings.
When asked about the toy drive, Berglund Construction Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Kevin Geshwender said, “Berglund Construction feels strongly about the need to give back to the community. The Treasure Chest Foundation is an admirable and worthwhile cause.”
Treasure Chest Foundation CEO and Founder Colleen Kisel said, “We are extremely grateful to the Berglund Construction Family for showing their compassion by collecting so many toys. It is amazing to receive such a tremendous donation, especially during our important holiday toy drive season.”
Link to Faceboook Post by the Pediatric Oncology Treasure Chest Foundation: https://www.facebook.com/372069251188/posts/10158394112066189/?d=n%C2%A0