COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

GEPermit is a proud sponsor of a Youth Basketball Tournament, Sep, 6, 2019

It was a giveback to the community, give back to the youth day today for GEPermit. These passionate, athletic and determined Temecula SONICS basketball players, coached by an amazing firefighter Coach Jeff, concluded an exciting DTERMINED ATHLETICS tournament. If we unite as a TEAM, we can achieve anything in this¬†ūüĆé. GEPermit is proud to be the tournament sponsor of these bright interns of our future.


“One man can be a crucial ingredient on a team, but one man cannot make a¬†team.”
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

GEPermit Team builds for Habitat for Humanity, July 10, 2017

GEPermit Team was happy to be part of this amazing project of 11 Units Affordable Housing in Logan Heights, San Diego. A day of volunteering for Habitat for Humanity Families.

GEPermit provides sponsorship for Chicanos Por La Causa (CPLC) Scholarship Golf Tournament Feb 20, 2015

GEPermit is pleased to announce that we were a sponsor for the 2015 CPLC Scholarship Golf Tournament. This contribution provided highly in-demand scholarships for hundreds of students planning to attend Arizona State University, the University of Arizona Medical School, and Maricopa Community Colleges. Each year, these competitive scholarships are awarded to outstanding students who are high achieving in set criteria, such as demonstrating a commitment to helping others in order to improve their community.

GEPermit Youth Family Members volunteers at the Sleepless America Sep 21-22, 2013

SLEEPLESS AMERICA SAN DIEGO, founded by San Diego Rescue Mission, is a unique and meaningful event helping the homeless in America’s Finest City. During this overnight experience from September 21st to 22nd, many San Diegans came out to spend the entire night with their family and friends with a mission: To help the homeless through this fundraising endeavor.

GEPermit’s youngest family members, Jayda (11) and Derin (8) Rustemoglu, were excited to be part of this meaningful fundraising activity. It was an eye-opening, emotional experience for them, including the viewing of a documentary that highlighted the struggles of homeless youth within our own city of San Diego.

Participating in such events is just one more reason our team at GEPermit is so committed to working on urban housing development and infrastructure initiatives, not just in San Diego, but in Southern California and beyond.

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