Morley Hoppner donated $100,000 towards the HOPES RISING campaign for Mental Health.
“We have all grown up within a 5 km radius of the Queensway Carleton Hospital, and we believe in developing communities, not just land. We are grateful that we are personally involved in the community and dynamic enough to make a positive impact on the livability of our city”, said Ken Hoppner, partner, “Our hope is to help build a level of care that is more consistent with modern, therapeutic mental health care for the communities we build and live in”
“It has been inspiring to work with Morley Hoppner on our Hopes Rising campaign. This is a firm who is sincerely invested in our community on so many levels. This gift demonstrates exceptional leadership and compassion for our community,” said Melanie Adams, President, and CEO Queensway Carleton Hospital Foundation.
Morley Hoppner is proud to have completed another community project in collaboration with the Senators Foundation and the City of Ottawa. The Rink of Dreams located at Ottawa City Hall features acrylic rink boards with LED lighting and is just slightly smaller than an NHL sized rink. The actual construction experience on a project of this nature is exciting and rewarding. It is very easy to find trades and partners to donate time and materials and to create a vested interest in the project by all parties.
June 2011 - Vice-President Brian Morley (left), Project Coordinator Valerie Hill (holding cheque on right) and Site Superintendent Carl Lepage (far right) proudly donate $10,000 to the Cornerstone Foundation’s Journey of Hope Campaign.
Morley Hoppner was one of the first companies to step up and offer their services to aid in the construction of this much needed pediatric care facility. Ken Hoppner joined the volunteer board of directors and offered his project management services. Ken was the driving force behind the project ensuring that the project was completed on time and within budget. Glen Morley (recently retired) was asked by the Senators Foundation to act as Director of Construction. The rest of the team at Morley Hoppner dove right in and managed the budgeting, scheduling, job costing, coordination and fundraising. With the passion of the construction community behind it, Rogers House opened its doors in May 2006, a full two years ahead of schedule.
Morley Hoppner proudly supports many local charities. Every Christmas, Morley Hoppner staff generously donate desperately needed goods to a local women's shelter.
MORLEY HOPPNER GROUP is extremely pleased to announce that we have been chosen as one of Ottawa’s Top Ten Employers for the 2011 Employee’s Choice Awards program.