When COVID-19 hit Canada in full force, the construction industry was deemed essential, D-Squared knew we had to give back – so we sparked a challenge on social media #SPREADTHELOVE. Our two owners pledged $25,000 of relief to families, small businesses and individuals in the City of Ottawa. We asked our followers to share a short story in our direct messages, expressing their challenges. Each submission was treated with the upmost consideration and all who were chosen were hand delivered a cheque by our owners. It was truly a humbling experience for all involved. Please see below for our post along with a link to CTV News coverage. WATCH VIDEO
D-Squared Construction Challenges YOU 👊🏽 With emergency measures put in place yesterday to help fight the spread of COVID-19, D-Squared and the construction industry in Ontario were deemed as an essential business in Ontario. We are grateful, so grateful we want to give back to our community, and our city. Across the globe, and in our city, we are all grappling with the growing COVID-19 pandemic, which has led to the loss of life, loss of jobs and the uncertainty of when will this end. D-Squared Construction is pledging $25,000.00 dollars worth of relief to people in need during these difficult times. Please drop a short story in our DM’s describing the challenges you’ve been faced with and where we can help. Amounts ranging from $1,000 to $2,500 will be given to those in need and distributed beginning Monday March 30th. WE CHALLENGE YOU, other healthy corporations within the constructions industry and the local economy to do the same for our community. Let’s come together and start the trend #SPREADTHELOVE. We encourage you to share this post, we need to come together now more than ever and #SPREADTHELOVE. Tag your friends, tag your family and tag #SPREADTHELOVE should you accept our challenge. Let’s come out stronger on the other side, we can do this.