Social Responsibility

united way

Reynolds takes community stewardship and social responsibility seriously and places a great emphasis on community service and volunteerism in its corporate culture. We also strive for an eco-friendly workplace by recycling our office waste and purchasing recycled products.

United Way of the Capital Region
Reynolds has been a strong supporter of the United Way and has earned their highest award, Excellence in Leadership. We are members of the Pillar Society for annually contributing $100,000 or more in combined corporate and employee giving. Our employees have raised more than $1 million since 1997. Reynolds participates with volunteers for the Day of Caring and a Barnes and Noble field trip with 3rd graders from the Downey School. 

Hummel Street Project
Reynolds is partnering with PinnacleHealth System, Brethren Housing Association (BHA) and other local contractors to build 5 new townhomes for homeless women and children in Harrisburg, PA.

Reynolds was a part of the January 23, 2014, groundbreaking of the project that will demolish several blighted buildings on the 200 block of Hummel Street to make way for housing to benefit single women and their children. The total projected cost for the project is $925,000, but the partners say they hope to significantly reduce the cash outlay required through donations of labor and materials. The project will increase BHA’s transitional housing capacity by 30 percent.

Social organizations we support through donations and volunteerism.

  • ACE Mentoring Program
  • American Cancer Society
  • American Heart Association Heart Walk
  • Bethesda Mission Women’s Shelter
  • Central Pennsylvania Blood Bank
  • Harrisburg Area YMCA
  • Harrisburg Public Schools Foundation
  • PinnacleHealth Foundation
  • The Rotary Club of Harrisburg

“To us, careful, informed construction planning has been the most important factor in the success of our program; Reynolds has organized to accomplish this with a staff of estimators and schedulers skilled in all construction trades.”

Phillip W. Guarneschelli, Chief Operating Officer, PinnacleHealth System