Stone Soup Concrete has been involved in several community support and service projects over the years, a few of which are listed below:
Hilltown Charter School
Stone Soup Concrete organized a silent auction and party to benefit the Hilltown Charter School. The event raised over $10,000.
Habitat for Humanity (2007)
Stone Soup Concrete has been very fortunate to be involved in two service projects for the local organization over the years. In the first project, kitchen countertops were donated for the home built for the Perry Family.
Fundraiser for Lydia Pepi (2008)
Stone Soup Concrete organized a silent auction and party to raise money for Lydia’s medical treatment after she was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. $14,000 was raised to help pay for her medical expenses and we are very happy to report she has been cancer free for 2 years!
Home for Our Troops
Stone Soup Concrete donated custom color concrete vanities with integral sinks for a home built for Officer Rooney who lost both of his legs serving our country in Iraq.
Easthampton Pavilion – Rotary Project (2011)
Stone Soup Concrete donated approximately $7,000 in concrete countertops for the Indoor/Outdoor Rotary Club Pavilion at Nonotuck Park.
Bear Fest (2012)
Stone Soup Concrete was a Panda Bear level sponsor for the 2012 Bear Fest put on by Easthampton City Arts+ in an effort to promote the arts and raise money for art programs at our local schools, the art programs at
Riverside Industries and future ECA+ events. Visit the Bear Fest page for more details about this city-wide art project in which life-sized fiberglass bears are transformed by artists. We sponsored Spirit Bear!
Occupy Sandy (2012)
After the storm passed and we saw the devastation of the New Jersey and New York coasts, we collected donations of clothing, cleaning supplies, toiletries, etc in coordination with Occupy Sandy to help with the relief efforts. Thanks to the incredible outpouring of support from our local community we were able to completely fill the box truck (TO THE BRIM!) and on November 24 delivered the donations to the New Hope Baptist Church in Newark, NJ. We were mentioned in the Daily Hampshire Gazette.