eciWireless believes in giving back, both to the local community and beyond.
Construction means more to eciWireless than building new structures. To eciWireless construction means building trust, interpersonal relationships, and a legacy within the local community.
eciWireless is proud to sponsor organizations and groups that give back to Dillsburg and the surrounding Central Pennsylvania area. . .
Members 1st Golf Classic
On June 6th, eciGroup was a sponsor for the Members 1st Golf Classic held at the Hershey Country Club. The proceeds benefitted Helping Harvest Food Bank, Aaron Acres, Central Pennsylvania Food Bank, and the Salvation Army. Steve Lis and Tanner Trueax participated in the event and were partnered with Scott Hane from Go-Net.
On hole ten Steve smashed a 290 yard drive to get within 116 yards of the pin, his second shot landed approximately four feet from the pin and rolled into the cup scoring his first ever Eagle. The only thing better than this accolade is a hole in one.
20th Annual Rutter’s Children’s Charities Golf Outing
eciConstruction was a Diamond sponsor for the 20th annual Rutter’s Children’s Charities Golf Outing at the Country Club of York. All sponsorship donations benefit the Rutter’s Children’s Charities which reached over $1,000,000 of charitable giving in 2021 and over $10,000,000 since 2003. Billy Eichelberger, Scott Eichelberger, and Mark Yinger were paired with Rutter’s Site Development Project Engineer, Eric Thomas P.E.
Supporting the Dillsburg Area Arts Council
The eciGroup supports the Dillsburg Arts Council and has made several Dillsburg area projects possible. The projects include: Artist Residency, Art Camp, Arts in the Alley, and programs held at Historic Monaghan Church, home of the Dillsburg Arts Council. eciGroup is also assisting the Arts Council in guidance with maintenance and construction projects at Historic Monaghan Church.
Harrisburg Out of the Darkness Walk
eciGroup sponsored the Please Live team for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s Out of the Darkness walk in Harrisburg, PA. Please Live is a Central Pennsylvania nonprofit that focuses on providing suicide prevention and mental health resources for schools and working to remove the stigma surrounding mental health treatment.