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Ruppert honored for work at Jubilee Housing

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The award was created to honor businesses that seek to build and improve relationships and conditions in their communities.

| June 1, 2010

LAYTONSVILLE, Md. – Ruppert Landscape has been honored by the Jubilee Support Alliance with the 2010 Corporate Community Service Award. The award was created to honor businesses that seek to build and improve relationships and conditions in their own communities. The award was presented to Ruppert Landscape in recognition of its substantial contributions and support.

 

“Ruppert’s continued commitment to the annual Work Day demonstrates its dedication to improving the lives of Jubilee residents by offering safe play areas for the children and attractive outdoor spaces for the adults, especially our senior residents,” says Maria Payne, Executive Director of Jubilee Support Alliance. “Additionally, the financial support for programs such as Back to School and Elf Store are shining examples of how corporations and non-profits can work together for the advancement of the larger community.”

 

 “The culture of Jubilee Housing and Jubilee Support Alliance is one of enthusiasm, empowerment and anti-entitlement,” says Ken Thompson, Ruppert Landscape Branch Manager and Jubilee Support Alliance Board Member. “The reason that Ruppert’s involvement with Jubilee is a good match is because our cultures are very similar.”

 

Founded in 1984, Jubilee Support Alliance (JSA) is comprised of a group of Washington DC area business professionals dedicated to making a difference in the lives of residents in the Adams Morgan community. Through five innovative events, JSA raises both awareness and financial resources for Jubilee Housing, an area nonprofit organization that provides safe and affordable housing as well as life improvement strategies to its residents. Since its inception, JSA has contributed over $3,000,000 in cash and in-kind service to Jubilee Housing.

 

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