Entrenched in the Community

Although Carocon has completed projects outside of North and South Carolina, we consider the Carolinas our area of expertise and our home. Thus, our company is proud to support and improve local communities wherever possible. Over the past four decades, Carocon has supported:

In addition, several of our staff members contribute their personal time to organizations in their own communities.

Dawn Alligood. Dawn has served on the Susan G. Komen for the Cure® Board of Directors for six years, been Board president for two years, and has worked as a volunteer for 10 years. She is also a member of the Healing Dragons dragonboat paddling team for cancer survivors.

Amanda Dittloff. A volunteer for Carolinas Medical Center-Mercy emergency department and an EMT for Mecklenburg County, Amanda also donates her time to the Live Care department at Discovery Place.

Ambrose Dittloff. Ambrose serves on the Board of Directors for the Charlotte Trolley and is also a member of the Urban Land Institute of Charlotte.

John Huson. John serves on the Board of Directors for the McColl Center for Visual Art.

Wes Martin. Wes and his wife Phyllis have raised significant funds for the Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society through the organization’s annual bike ride, MS walks and other MS Society-related events. For seven years, Wes has additionally served on the board of directors for Habitat for Humanity in York county, and worked as the group’s construction coordinator for five years.

Amy McKelvey. An annual participant in the CureSearch walk, Amy looks forward to the 2012 CureSearch Ultimate Hike. During the event, she’ll hike 28.3 miles in one day along the Appalachian Foothills Trail to raise money and awareness for pediatric cancer research. Amy has also participated in Relay for Life for the American Cancer Society and Light the Night for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.