In honor of DCM's 25th Anniversary, we wanted to make an impact for those who, perhaps, have had a more difficult path. We took the opportunity to give back by building a Habitat for Humanity home in 2020. Donaldson Capital Management clients and team members joined together to raise $97,824.
Here's to another 25 years and making this a celebration with long lasting impact.
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