Our interactive and team-based environment is reflected not only in the workplace but in our efforts of giving back as well. Our individual and company-wide charitable and volunteer donations contribute to our company’s overall culture of success – and fun!

Company-Wide Outreach

In 2004, MFEC company founder Mark Malone died unexpectedly in a plane crash. Mark was not only the founder of our company, but our mentor, visionary and most importantly, our friend. In honor of Mark, a scholarship has been established by Debi Malone made possible by contributions from employees, family and friends. The purpose of this scholarship is to perpetuate the memory of Mark Malone and provide financial assistance to students enrolled in Architectural Engineering and Construction Science at Kansas State University. The recipients of available scholarships are students who demonstrate academic achievement, are involved in student leadership organizations and enrolled in the Architectural Engineering and Construction Science Department in the College of Engineering at Kansas State University.

Malone Finkle Eckhardt & Collins participates in Harvesters annual Canstruction event. Harvesters is Kansas City food bank, however Canstruction is a national event. Canstruction is supported by architects, engineers, designers, contractors, students, and the local community to raise canned food to donate to local food banks each year. Nationally – over 2 million pounds of food are donated each year.

Vision and Imagination – a perfect pair. One of Springfield’s oldest relief organizations – the Victory Mission, started with a vision and imagination for a better way. Today, Victory Mission has expanded into a large aid-organization to support those in dire situations by providing clothing, food, household goods, ministry, education and recovery programs. MFEC supports their continual vision by organizing donation drives for families in need.

MFEC sponsored a bowling team “Ten Pins Minus Six” for the annual, National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) scholarship fundraiser. MFEC helped NAWIC raise funds which assisted with several scholarships.

Bright Futures is a grass roots, community based program that creates partnerships and utilizes community resources for the common goal of helping kids and strengthening our families and community. MFEC supports Bright Futures in building a community where education is important and valued.

Convoy of Hope is a global movement where churches, businesses, government agencies, and other organizations join forces to carry out Convoy of Hope’s mission, which is to feed the world through feeding initiatives, community outreaches, disaster response and partner resourcing.

Individual Outreach

Project Change started with the goal to transform the world around us by working with established charities in the Kansas City Metro. Project Change brings together a team to work with a local charity and come up with a project that will fill a need the charity has. This specific charity event pictured is for Happy Bottoms. Volunteers, like MFEC’s April Halling, helped Happy Bottoms to get diapers distributed to those in need. April participates in a variety of Project Change events annually.

Promoting Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) curricula and future engineers is inline with MFEC core values. A part of the Missouri Innovation Campus (MIC) students who attend Summit Tech during their junior and senior years of high school, earn their associate degree at approximately the same time they receive their high-school diploma- jump starting their path to college. MFEC volunteers prepare students for interviews and train them with real-life networking and communication skills preparing them for high-tech paid internships. The internships combined with MIC coursework provide the students with highly sought-after skills for well-paying careers in STEM fields.

MATHCOUNTS provides fun and challenging math programs for US middle school students to increase their academic and professional opportunities. With the generous support of all MATHCOUNTS sponsors and volunteers, and leadership of the National Society of Professional Engineers at the local and state levels, MATHCOUNTS is providing today’s students with the foundation for success in science, technology, engineering and mathematics careers. Elizabeth Hargrave participates in the MATHCOUNTS program locally.

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