Community Focused

Of all the things we're passionate about, serving our communities is at the top of the list.
Real, meaningful change.

Whether we are supporting the interests of our clients, spending a week of summer vacation helping Boy Scouts earn merit badges, or rolling up our sleeves to assist a worthy cause, we find that our greatest satisfaction is in creating lasting impacts through giving back.

This passion extends beyond writing checks. It’s about giving our time and talents to create real and meaningful change.
The Hilltop Child Development Center
The Hilltop Child Development Center sits directly in the middle of the new construction of the Central District. As a way to involve the kids and teach them about the construction happening in their backyard, the project team, led by Edgemoor, spent the day decorating personalized yellow hardhats and, after putting on their new safety gear, the children were taken outside to learn about the different types
of construction equipment they see every day.

As a fun bonus, the kids were able to touch and even sit in some of the equipment! As a special “thank you,” from the Project Team, all the children were given a copy of the book “Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site.” After the event, one of the parents noted that now many of the kids wave and say goodnight to the construction equipment at the end of the day, just like in the book.
The UCSF Project Team

As a firm, we are deeply invested and committed to not only our clients but also the communities in which they work and live. During the Sandler Neurosciences project, several members of the Edgemoor Project Team gave back to the community by participating in a community service event benefiting the San Francisco Food Bank.

Veterans Community Project

Edgemoor is part of the community in which we work, and our employees volunteer their time in meaningful ways. Our local team in Kansas City volunteers with the Veterans Community Project, which provides housing and other services to homeless veterans.

120 community meetings

The Long Beach Civic Center project team held or participated in more than 120 community meetings, hosted countless discussions with various city departments, the Port of Long Beach, and area residents, and sought ways to improve upon the original proposal and bring the best value for the City of Long Beach and its citizens.

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