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Giving Back Volunteer efforts and charitable support

Giving BackVolunteer efforts and charitable support

Maffei Structural Engineering is committed to actively giving back to the community, the environment, and our profession. Philanthropy is integrated into our firm using the 1/1/1 model of time, equity, and service.

Time
We reimburse our team members up to 1% of their individual wages for volunteer time off when they contribute their time and energy to the community.

Equity
We match our team members’ charitable contributions up to 1% of their individual wages. We also donate a minimum of 1% of the firm’s profits to charitable organizations.

Professional Service
Our team members contribute at least 1% (and often more) to advance the science and practice of structural engineering. The firm reimburses employees for approved contributions of time for professional committees, building code development, and education and research projects.

Together, we have contributed volunteer time and financial support to a wide range of community and professional organizations including:

  • American Concrete Institute
  • American Red Cross Disaster Relief
  • American Society of Civil Engineers
  • Charity Navigator
  • Chinatown YMCA San Francisco
  • Desert Survivors
  • Earthjustice
  • Earthquake Engineering Research Institute
  • East Bay Parks Native Restoration
  • Food and Water Watch
  • KQED public broadcasting
  • The Friends of Sausal Creek
  • Geohazards International
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • InnVision Shelter Network
  • Institute for Responsible Technology
  • Meals on Wheels of Alameda County
  • National Park Foundation
  • Pesticide Action Network
  • Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute
  • San Francisco Food Bank
  • Sierra Club Foundation
  • Structural Engineers Association of California
  • Trust for Public Lands
  • The Wahls Foundation
  • Wikimedia Foundation
  • Wildlife Conservation Network
  • William Averette Anderson Fund

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