Tee off for Charity: Southland Industries Raises More than $34,000 for Habitat for Humanity

Oct. 15, 2019

Dulles, VA – On September 19, 2019, golfers and golf-enthusiasts "teed off for charity" at Southland Mid-Atlantic's 10th Annual Golf Classicat Evergreen Country Club in Haymarket, Virginia. Raising more than $34,000, Southland presented a check to the local chapter of the global, nonprofit housing organization, Habitat for Humanity.

Habitat for Humanity is a well-known 501(c)(3) that seeks to improve lives by building homes and communities and working to eliminate substandard housing around the world through constructing, rehabilitating and preserving homes. For the past seven years, Southland Industries has supported their mission through annual fundraising events and home build days in Loudoun County.

"We are so grateful for the participation of our clients, vendors, and subcontractors," said James Meacham, division leader of Southland Mid-Atlantic. "Their continued support of our golf tournament allows us to give back to our community, in a way that is meaningful to our employees. We are proud of the work that Habitat For Humanity does for local families."

To date, Loudoun Habitat for Humanity has dedicated 52 homes which helped 199 men, women and children in Loudoun County gain access to home ownership that is affordable. Director of Resource Development for Loudon Habitat for Humanity Kari Murphy confirms that since beginning this partnership in 2013, Southland's total financial commitment to Loudoun Habitat for Humanity has totaled over $186,000, confidently creating an incredible impact in the Loudoun County community.

"We are so deeply appreciative of Southland Industries' commitment to their local community, specifically Loudoun Habitat for Humanity. Our partnership throughout these last few years has also allowed us to get to know their employees and business partners," said Murphy. "It's fun for us to see so many familiar faces year after year who also dedicate their resources to help us make an impact through our mission of providing strength, stability and self-reliance through housing."

Donations are a critical part of Loudoun Habitat's ability to provide decent, affordable homeownership opportunities where families can grow and thrive. Donations are used to support programs, serve families and build safe homes and neighborhoods throughout Loudoun County. For ways to get involved with Habitat for Humanity's cause, click here.

Southland Sponsors

Platinum: Ferguson, Chesapeake Systems; Gold: SJ Rafferty, Chesapeake Mission Critical, DS Pipe and Steel, Ferguson Fire, Clark Construction; Hole Sponsors: Hobbs Associates, Accur-fire, DMR Associates, Davis Construction, TBN TRA Thermatech, Havtech; Dinner Sponsor: Victaulic; Beverage Carts: H&B Products; Corporate Sponsor: TBN TRA Thermatech


Southland Industries; Chesapeake Mission Critical; S. J. Rafferty Co., Inc.; Advanced; Thermal Solutions; Ferguson Fire & Fabrication; Sabey Data Centers; D-S Pipe & Steel Supply LLC; Hobbs & Associates, Inc.; Victaulic; Accu-Fire Fabrication; H&B Engineered Products / Titus; Crane Service Company; Pritchett Controls, Inc.; DPR Construction; Insul-Tech Inc.; Ferguson; Clark Construction; Hensel Phelps Construction Co.; DMR Associates, Inc.; DAVIS Construction; Vertiv; Chesapeake Systems; TBN Associates, Inc.; Havtech; Milwaukee Tool; FALLTECH

About Loudoun Habitat for Humanity

Loudoun Habitat for Humanity was founded on the conviction that every man, woman and child should have an affordable place to live in dignity and safety, and that decent shelter in decent communities should be a matter of conscience and action for all. (

About Southland

As an MEP building systems expert, Southland Industries provides integrated, full lifecycle solutions that optimize the design, construction, operation, and efficiency of buildings. Through collaborative partnerships with our clients and the collective expertise of our people, we create premier built environments and future-ready spaces where communities and businesses can thrive. 

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