The staff of R. G. Miller Engineers is going all out to help with Hurricane Harvey relief efforts – collecting needed items for those affected by the storm and making plans to volunteer in the community.
RGME hasgenerously contributed to Katy Christian Ministries’ Harvey Recovery, which is providing a wide variety of supplies and assistance at its location in downtown Katy. RGME has been purchasing items on the organization’s priority needs list, including baby food, diapers, personal hygiene items, laundry detergent and bleach. This has not been a one-time collection effort; employees continue to bring in donations every day, based on updates to the list.
In addition, RGME is encouraging its employees to volunteer out in the community. For example, in the coming weeks a group of employees will be working with Fort Bend CORPS’ Hearts & Hammers program, which puts volunteers to work revitalizing low-income housing and neighborhoods in Fort Bend County free of charge, without obligation. Currently, the organization is working to repair homes – and lives – shattered by Harvey.
“Our company is committed to responding in whatever way we can to this unprecedented disaster,” said RGME President Jack Miller. “This is the community in which we work and live. We believe it’s essential to do all we can to assist in its recovery.”