At Martin Engineering, we are committed to strengthening the communities in which we operate and making them a better place to live and work. In fact, we see it as part of our corporate responsibility. For example, we encourage our employees to be involved in community as part of a culture of volunteerism. As a result, Martin employees donate many hours of volunteer time for organizations such as Race for the Cure, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Adopt-A-Highway and Junior Achievement.
Furthermore, we strive to maintain the highest ethical standards and create a culture that values honesty, integrity and transparency. As a company committed to product safety and customer service, we are driven by what is right for our customers, our employees and the protection of the rights of the workers who manufacture our products.
Pay It Forward! Martin employees donated time to help cleanup/ do chores for local residents who were unable to do so for themselves.
The 1st Annual Pay It Forward Event included washing windows, building a wheelchair ramp, painting, yardwork, and more. The Neponset residents were truly grateful!
Charitable Contributions Extending to Mexico
Ed Peterson, Chairman and CEO of Martin, his wife Pat, and a group of donating angels are instrumental in supporting and raising funds for Casa Hogar - one of the most highly regarded, privately-funded orphanages in Cabo San Lucas Baja California Sur, Mexico. Over the years, Ed & Pat, their family, and other angels have raised over four million dollars for Casa Hogar. To learn more about the orphanage, check out the video below.