At Goodfellow Bros., we recognize that the long-term health and success of our company stems from forward-thinking business practices, including our ongoing commitment to social responsibility.

We firmly believe in supporting our communities by contributing to causes that make a difference in the lives of our neighbors, families, customers and employees.

We encourage employees to get involved in the causes that touch their lives. Inherent in our culture is a sense of pride in making a difference. Great things can be accomplished when a company is an active corporate citizen.



Community Blog
Goodfellow Bros. Inc. and Its Employees Donate to Maui United Way

GBI is proud to announce their support of the 2018 Maui United Way (MUW) campaign with a donation of $38,000 on behalf of employees and the company.

Breaking Records: $50,000 Raised to Support The Taylor Family Foundation

The 6th Annual Little Heroes Golf Tournament was held on Sept. 25th at Ruby Hill Golf Club.    This fun-filled event brought together suppliers, customers and local restaurants, all focused on raising much needed funding for The Taylor Family Foundation.

Oregon Region Helps to Create Gateway Green, an Off-Road Cycling Park

The Oregon region was approached by PBS Engineering and Environmental and a non-profit group “The Friends of Gateway Green” (FoGG) with the request to help with the development of a new park in SE Portland located on a sliver of land between Interstates 205 and 84.




At GBI, we are committed to giving back to our communities. As our mission states, we strive to be the contractor of choice for our clients, employees and the communities in which we live and work. This extends beyond our role as a leading contractor in our communities.

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Our employees are involved in various efforts that are near and dear to their hearts. Breast cancer, adopt-a-highway, summer camps for children with life-threatening diseases and local emergency response support are just a few of the ways we get involved - both financially and through volunteer efforts.