Community Involvement

Keeping Education Moving with ClassVROOM Central

February 19, 2020 – I-77 Express staff members gave a helping hand to Classroom Central and the staff of Oakdale Elementary School. Teachers got to choose resources for their classrooms from the mobile store (ClassVROOM Central), and our staff assisted them in collection.

I-77 Drive for Community

December 2019 – Caterpillar Ministries, located in Huntersville, was the 2019 I-77 Drive for Community winner and received the $10,000 top prize. The remaining four participating nonprofits (Davidson-Cornelius Child Development Center, Davidson Housing Coalition, Mooresville/Lake Norman Christian Mission and North End Community Coalition) each received $2,500.

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Lending a Helping Hand to Friendship Trays

November 7, 2019 – I-77 Express staff had a fulfilling morning with Friendship Trays preparing meals for community neighbors. From washing dishes to packaging meals, it was a rewarding experience for everyone.

All In for Kids of CMS

August 16, 2020 – I-77 Express staff were ‘All In for Kids’ as they helped University Park Creative Arts Elementary faculty members prepare for the new school year during Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools’ (CMS) district-wide volunteer day. Tasks included moving books, making copies and creating bulletin boards.

Supplying the Tools for Education

August 14, 2020 – In partnership with Sugar Creek Construction, I-77 Express staff donated school supplies to 9 School Tools and Classroom Central’s school supply drive at the NASCAR Hall of Fame. Classroom Central is a local nonprofit specializing in providing school resources to students and teachers.

Parks and Recreation Beautification

June 20, 2019 – Six dump truck loads of mulch were hauled and spread throughout Coulwood Park by members of I-77 Express. The volunteer effort was a great collaboration with Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation Department to beautify one of our local recreation venues.

United Way of Central Carolinas' MLK Call to Service

January 19, 2019 – I-77 Express staff and their family members got crafty during the United Way of Central Carolinas’ MLK Call to Service at Blythe Elementary School in Huntersville, NC. Volunteers created greeting cards, blankets and pictures for residents of local nursing homes and care facilities.

To view past community involvement, click HERE.