At Hunter Industries, Family and Social Responsibility are two of our core values. We’re proud to live out those values and positively affect the communities where we live, work, and play through our employee impact groups and charitable giving. Our employees enjoy working together to give back, and we are able to nurture the growth of a family-oriented culture that extends far beyond our employees’ professional careers.

Charitable Giving

Hunter Industries and our Family of Companies are proud to support our local communities through grant funding. We focus our efforts on three core areas: education, community, and the environment. To learn more about our charitable giving or to submit a grant request, visit our Charitable Giving Page.

Community Impact Groups

We believe in empowering our employees to support the causes that matter most to them, in the communities where they live. That’s why we have employee-led impact groups at our three largest campuses: San Marcos, California; Clermont, Florida; and Tijuana, Mexico. These committees plan hands-on events and initiatives to support local communities and share our company values beyond our walls.

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Evelyn Hurtado, Supervisor, Human Resources IIITijuana, Mexico
Evelyn Smiling

“Knowing that I can contribute something of myself to the community makes me feel very good and gives me satisfaction. It’s important to leave our footprint.”

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Tiffney Matus, Supervisor, Document and Data Configuration San Marcos, California
Tiffney Smiling

“When I participate in our [community] events, there’s an instant feeling of gratification knowing that I’m giving back to help make change in our community. It also gives me the opportunity to connect with others who I wouldn’t connect with normally. Lastly, it makes me feel like I’m doing my part to contribute to the Hunter culture.”

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Randy Evenden, Project Manager, Senninger Clermont, Florida
Randy Smiling

“We participate in local triathlon events, various city events, and regularly attend City Council meetings. This provides key relationships and insight into opportunities for all of us to contribute to, support, and improve our community.”

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