DAWSON Impacts Hawaiian Culture in Tennessee

DAWSON Impacts Hawaiian Culture in Tennessee

This June the Tennessee office lent their support to the local Hawaii Civic Club who was celebrating ten years in the community. DAWSON provided the leis for the event and a ukulele to be auctioned off to raise money for their cultural activities.  Derek Mar, Samantha...
DAWSON Impact Donates Laptops to Grace House

DAWSON Impact Donates Laptops to Grace House

Children who may otherwise be lost in a court system are being reunited with their mothers whose lives are being transformed at Grace House San Antonio, a faith-based transition home for women recovering from addiction and substance abuse. Last year DAWSON installed a...
DAWSON Impact Donates Playground to Bethel Village

DAWSON Impact Donates Playground to Bethel Village

PANAMA CITY, FL – DAWSON, a local defense contract company, delivered a brand-new play set to Bethel Village, 1313 E 11th Street, Panama City, FL 32401, Wednesday, May 23, 2018, at 10:30 a.m. Bethel Village is Panama City Rescue Mission’s women’s and children’s...
Aspire 2018: Positively Impacting Our Employees

Aspire 2018: Positively Impacting Our Employees

A week ago yesterday, 12 members of our DAWSON ‘Ohana descended upon our host community of Honolulu to embark on a journey that not many, if any, saw coming. A week that feels like a month…a week that transforms individuals into an interdependent family…a week that is...
Cadet Vanna Nyugen Receives 1st Lt. Nainoa K. Hoe Award

Cadet Vanna Nyugen Receives 1st Lt. Nainoa K. Hoe Award

August 28th, 2017 marked 40 years from the day that Nainoa K. Hoe was born. His life continues to have a remarkable impact. His father, serving as an advisor to the Hawaiian Native Corporation, is Allen Hoe. On January 22nd, 2005, Nainoa was 27 years old, and a great...
DAWSON Impact Aids Tornado Victims in Clarkesville, TN

DAWSON Impact Aids Tornado Victims in Clarkesville, TN

On the evening of February 24, 2018, an EF-2 strength Tornado, with winds of up to 125 mph, hit Clarksville, Tennessee. It traveled four miles, destroying at least four homes and damaging dozens of others, displacing 103 families. The community had a major urgency for...