CentiMark’s Chrissy Rose is a busy Office Manager in the Indianapolis, IN office, a wife to Jason, and mom to Carson and his sister Kylee. She’s also an active volunteer for the Arthritis Foundation, chairing her local Arthritis Walk, as well as sitting on several national committees. Chrissy’s seven year old son Carson has arthritis.
CentiMark Corporation, QuestMark (a division of CentiMark Corporation) and CentiMark Ltd. (a Canadian subsidiary of CentiMark Corporation) have a tradition of sharing our blessings throughout the year, and, especially during this season of Thanksgiving.
Dear Friends at CentiMark:
Happy 50th Anniversary! Shepherd's Heart congratulates CentiMark Corporation for 50 years of outstanding service. For six decades, you have seen GIVING BACK to the community as your privilege and responsibility. We are so appreciative that Shepherd's Heart Veteran's Home has been a major recipient of your generosity.
CentiMark's Great Lakes Metal Division was featured on the Treehouse Masters program on Animal Planet channel on September 29, 2018 for the “Semper Fi in the Sky” treehouse build for a retreat for the children on Marines who were deployed in Afghanistan and Iraq. The property is located in Boswell, PA, 90 miles east of Pittsburgh, PA.
Each year, CentiMark’s Corporate office in Canonsburg, PA, sponsors a comprehensive back to school program for 5,000 + children in the greater western Pittsburgh area. We provide backpacks, school supplies, gift cards for school clothes and shoes and food for lunches and after school snacks. Our Corporate associates volunteer for the program and deliver the back to school items to individual families and non-profit organizations.
CentiMark’s tradition and commitment to the community continues during National Roofing Week. CentiMark offices have made financial donations and conducted food drives in the communities where we have offices and where we live, work and raise our families.
Since 2011, CentiMark and Edward B. Dunlap have been valued community partners to Ward Home, supporting at-risk foster youth in achieving their dreams.Since 2011, CentiMark and Edward B. Dunlap have been valued community partners to Ward Home, supporting at-risk foster youth in achieving their dreams.
More than 60 years ago, the people of Pittsburgh’s South Hills accomplished something remarkable. They had the vision and tenacity to band together and create a hospital of their own. It was a grassroots effort that resulted in the opening of St. Clair Hospital.
Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC was founded in the spirit of generosity. It was in June 1890 when the 15-bed Pittsburgh Hospital for Children opened its doors with a promise to serve every child in need “regardless of race, creed or the ability of their parents to pay the cost.”
QuestMark’s Segundo “Tito” Rodriquez lives and works in Arizona but has changed the lives of many Puerto Ricans who were and still are devastated by the Hurricane in the fall of 2017. Tito is a Field Supervisor in QuestMark’s Phoenix, AZ office.
HEARTH would like to celebrate with CentiMark on their 50th anniversary! Thanks to CentiMark and their generous and philanthropic Chairman & CEO, Edward B. Dunlap, HEARTH continues to thrive in the greater Pittsburgh community. HEARTH has gone through some big changes in the last few years and we couldn’t have continued serving our families without CentiMark! Their commitment to education for women and their children is incredible and a core value that Mr. Dunlap shares with us.
Crossroads Foundation is so very proud to congratulate Ed & Anna Dunlap, Tim & Teri Dunlap and CentiMark associates on your 50th anniversary. We applaud CentiMark and your Foundation for the the long history of helping not only the underserved youth in our own program, but also so many people of all ages in need throughout the Pittsburgh region.
After a chance encounter in 2011 between DHS's deputy director of community relations and CentiMark’s community relations manager, CentiMark learned of the projects DHS spearheads to provide greater normalcy for children touched by the Department. What has resulted is seven years of life-changing donations that have immeasurably benefitted children and teens impacted by abuse and neglect and homelessness.
Led by the generosity of founder, Chairman and CEO Edward B. Dunlap, CentiMark has been a caring and compassionate friend to The Children’s Home & Lemieux Family Center, supporting essential nonprofit services to children and families while providing aid to those struggling most.
Improving schools, enriching neighborhoods, providing transformational resources to people in need… these items are not on the agenda of the typical roofing company. But CentiMark is not a typical company. Since 2004, the generous donations of CentiMark Chairman & CEO Edward B. Dunlap have aided Holy Family Institute in helping children and families lead responsible lives and develop healthy and meaningful relationships.
The generosity of CentiMark.. For many years, Ed Dunlap and the employees at CentiMark have helped the Little Sisters of the Poor and our mission to care for the elderly poor of Pittsburgh. A few years back, we were planning our first ever Rock A Thon when our Residents and friends rock in rocking chairs to raise funds to replace an outdated bathtub on one of the nursing units. Our goal was to raise enough for one tub, but in actuality we needed three.
CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of Allegheny County is thrilled to wish the CentiMark Corporation a very Happy 50th Anniversary! The involvement and generous patronage of CentiMark’s Chairman and CEO, Edward B. Dunlap, stretches back 20 years with our agency.
50 years - what a wonderful accomplishment! Congratulations on making a difference to so many people and organizations over your five decades. On behalf of Family Guidance, we want to say thank you for the impact you have made through your generosity and gracious giving.
Every month, North Hills Community Outreach (NHCO) receives thank you notes like this one from Tara, a widowed Mom who is working and raising four children:
“You can’t even imagine the panic I felt in the months after my husband died. On top of my own grief and helping my kids work through their grief in their own ways, I began to seriously stress about how I would pay the bills and feed the kids. Not just big bills like the house, but small things like car inspection and school clothes. The programs NHCO has are lifesavers. God bless the donors and volunteers who care about my family and other people who have hit hard times. I met with someone to work out a budget and someone else helped me with a resume. I was able to get full-time work. I even got help with my gas bill when it was sky high. My kids had backpacks for school, some new clothes and shoes for school and even some Christmas gifts. Thank you so much. Thank everyone for me.”
CentiMark founder and CEO, Edward B. Dunlap knows quite a bit about establishing the base for a growing vital corporation from humble roots in 1968. He also realizes the importance of giving back along the way to help those in need. The Early Learning Institute (teli) is so very thankful to have been one of his beneficiaries in supporting our mission to help children with developmental delays.