O'Neal Participates in HOG Day
On Saturday, May 1st, O’Neal team members lent a hand to the community in the 16th Annual Hands on Greenville Day. This year’s “HOG” Day was the largest to date – 5,427 community volunteers teamed up to complete service projects throughout the Greenville community.
O’Neal’s project benefited the Greenville County Disabilities and Special Needs Board (GCDSNB). GCDSNB is the only agency in Greenville County that supports over 2,000 special needs citizens through person-centered programming. This year’s HOG Day project involved replacing a deck and ramp for GCDSNB’s Greer Community Training Facility. Led by Bob Jacob, design specialist at O’Neal, the team provided the labor and tools necessary to complete the project.
About Hands on Greenville
Hands On Greenville, a program of United Way of Greenville County, helps individuals, families and corporate and community groups find flexible volunteer opportunities at more than 300 service organizations. Hands On Greenville volunteers are at work every day of the year building community and meeting critical needs in schools, parks, senior homes, food banks, pet shelters, low-income neighborhoods and more. For more information, visit www.handsongreenville.org.