Philanthropy

Giving back is an essential part of who we are and a core value that strengthens our connection to each other as well as to our communities.

Design Like a Girl Summer Camp in Washington, DC

Funding Priorities

EYP has made a pledge to The 1+ to provide pro-bono design services to non-profit organizations. We also support organizations that benefit the markets we serve through corporate contributions, in-kind services, and volunteerism.

As a corporate neighbor, we share our expertise in design, preservation, and sustainability to help individuals, institutions and communities prosper:

  • Partnering with not-profit organizations to provide planning, programming and design
  • Promoting sustainability by educating and supporting the design industry, our clients, and our communities about sustainable design
A group of EYP employees working on a Habitat for Humanity house

Habitat for Humanity in Raleigh

EYP Raleigh is currently aiding Habitat for Humanity in the construction of 80 new homes in the Raleigh, North Carolina area. Our engineers and architects are aiding the effort in helping to install siding, soffits, and other exterior features on the new homes.

Hands-on Fab Lab

Tech Valley uniquely integrates the acquisition of technology literacy throughout its curriculum. To help create a richer academic experience for students, EYP funded the school's new Fab Lab “bringing to culmination the development of a full STEM curriculum,” according to Principal Dan Leibert.

Community Impact
Camp Wildwood

Camp Wildwood

We provided pro-bono planning and design services to create a Nursing, Administration, and Social Work Building that will support Wildwood's summer camp program and enable the School to offer year-round educational services in a camp-like outdoor setting.

Community Impact

How We Give Back

  • Volunteers – Helping organizations with projects through expertise and hands-on employee involvement
  • Grants and scholarships – Supporting programs fostering access to education, sustainability, and the preservation of our environment
  • Sponsorships – Partnering with nonprofit organizations on community and business events
  • Matching gifts – Matching employee donations to qualifying organizations
  • Community leadership gifts – Providing gifts to charitable organizations on whose board an employee serves

Social Media Redux

According to the ALS Association, the discovery of a new ALS gene, NEK1, is a direct result of donations realized through the Ice Bucket Challenge. Take a look back at some EYP-style dousing for dollars.

Community Impact

For more information or to request support, contact Susan Radzyminski.