Profit with purpose.
We use a portion of our profits to invest in our people, our communities, and to care for some of the world’s most needy.
Successful companies produce profit. It’s one of the outcomes of good business, and it takes every team member to succeed.
We use a portion of those profits to invest in our people, our communities, and to do good in other parts of the world. DCI believes this is what good stewardship looks like and it is the heartbeat of our work.
Below are a few of the stories of how our employees are reaching beyond themselves to use our profits to care for each other, their communities, and the world’s most needy.
Dallas Shepard, DCI project manager, partnered with Clay Thompson (Young Life Memphis) to present a DCI Community Care Grant. The money will go to support the Houston High School and Briarcrest High School Young Life Clubs.
Young Life exists to invite young people to experience life as God designed it to be lived.
DCI awards scholarships each year to DCI employees with student’s who have completed one year of pursuing continuing education/training after High School. DCI awards a scholarship of $1,000 to each eligible student that applies. Beyond the $1,000 there are two additional levels of scholarship that are available and require an essay and a vote by a third-party committee.
Congratulations to this year’s scholarship recipients
Tosin Aikulola and Cratin King present bikes, helmets, locks, and air pumps to the team at Asha’s Refuge. These bikes and gear will be used as the primary source of transportation for some refugee families that are new to the US.
Asha’s Refuge serves and speaks up for the persecuted throughout the world seeking first to assist refugees, asylees, and other lawfully present individuals in our own community.
Jason Bullens, Director of Sales at DCI, partnered with Bike Bald to present a DCI Community Cares Grant. We are proud partners with Bike Bald who are doing amazing work to help families in and around Oswego IL and the Kendall County areas that are affected by cancer.
Bike Bald is committed to enriching the lives of children affected by cancer and rare illnesses during the last 19 years. Throughout the year Bike Bald provides tutoring, therapy, classes and after school activities to help the children and their families.
Tim King, Quality Safety Manager at DCI, partnered with House of Grace to present a DCI Community Cares Grant. We are a proud partner with House of Grace that is doing critical work in the North Mississippi area.
The House of Grace has operated a domestic violence shelter for over twenty years in North Mississippi. Clients receive confidential support and counseling, and are provided with the tools, knowledge, and necessary skills they need to safely navigate and escape abuse.
DCI is grateful to partner with Memphis City Seminary and present them with a community grant. We appreciate the work you are doing in our city.
Memphis City Seminary believes in holistic, lifelong theological education and offers degree programs in preparation for ordination and ministry leadership. These degree programs integrate specific instruction aimed at four interconnected goals: Knowledge, Character, Skills, and Vision.