Lindhout Associates receives state United Way honors

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The Michigan Association of United Ways honored Lindhout Associates Architects  with the 6th annual Spirit of Michigan award. Lindhout was rated the best among small-sized companies for effectively addressing community needs in the areas of education, income and health.

“Given the number of nominations we receive, it’s never easy selecting winners for the Spirit of Michigan award, but Lindhout Associates Architects’ impressive track record stood out from the rest in the Small Companies and Institutions category,” said Scott Dzurka, MAUW President and CEO.

Brighton-based Lindhout Associates Architects is an award-winning, full-service architecture and engineering firm. With a focus in maintaining its outstanding design techniques and lifelong relationships, the company continues to grow and develop by focusing on the people and communities in which it serves.

A strong relationship exists between Lindhout and Livingston County United Way, making it one of the company’s primary partners for fulfilling its philanthropic mission.  Lindhout maintains its position as a major sponsor of the annual Livingston County United Way’s Day of Caring, along with a campaign to raise support for the organization. Even through very difficult economic times, they stayed rock solid with their support.

“A prominent giver to Livingston County United Way, Lindhout Associates Architects has stayed true to its philanthropic mission to better the communities with their time and dedication, further demonstrating its commitment to county residents. Their unquestionable devotion to Livingston County is greatly appreciated and crucial to our ongoing efforts,” said Daniel Danosky, president of Livingston County United Way Board of Directors.

PHOTO: United Way Director Nancy Rosso, Piet Lindhout and Jeff Blagg pose with the Spirit of Michigan award.

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