Clune Gives Back.

Clune Construction has built a professional culture that believes in and supports the premise of giving back to those in need. It’s a culture not only perpetuated by generous contributions made by the company, but by contributions made by a very large percentage of employees willing to donate their time and talents to causes that give back to the same communities they work and live in.

Every year, Clune Construction donates a percentage of profits to charitable organizations.

Today, the strength of Clune Construction’s company-wide “give back” culture is the direct result of a history of donating to numerous charities and community causes. It’s a strength and history we’re proud of.

Clune Proudly Supports:

Ability First
Ace Mentor Program Sponsorship
Amate House
American Cancer Society
American Heart Association
American Red Cross
A Window Between Worlds
Battered Women’s Network
Beacon Therapeutic Diagnostic and
   Treatment Center
Boulder Crest Retreat
Box It Foundation
Boy Scouts of America
Boys & Girls Clubs of America
Bridge Communities
Building with Books Partnership
Cancer Centers of America
Chicago Anti-Hunger Federation
Chicago House
Christopher House
City of Hope
Covenant House
Crash USA
Doctors Without Borders
Epilepsy Foundation
Folds of Honor Foundation
Girl Scouts of America
Goodwill of Southern California
Greater Chicago Food Depository
Habitat for Humanity
Heal the Bay
Horizons for Youth
Interfaith House
Irish American Partnership
John Buck Company Foundation
JPMorgan Chase Corp Challenge 5k Run
Junior Achievement of Chicago
Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
Mayo Association of Chicago
Mercy Housing Lakefront
Muscular Dystrophy Association
National MS Society
New York Cares
Off the Street Club
Operation S.A.M.
Rainbows
Rebuilding Together Metro
Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago
Ronald McDonald House
Salvation Army
SGA Youth & Family Services
Special Olympics
SOS Children’s Village
St. Baldrick’s Foundation
St. Jude Children’s Research
Streetwise
Susan G. Komen for a Cure
The Cara Program
The Center for Vocational Rehabilitation
The Gateway for Cancer Research
The Survive Alive House
The Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago (RIC)
United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Chicago
USO
Wounded Warrior Project
YWCA of Metropolitan Chicago