RDM's Finance Manager Brushes with Kindness

When the RDM team isn’t busy measuring the buildings that make up the NYC skyline or taking photos of them, they’re out giving back to the community.

This month RDM’s finance manager Julia Terry dedicated an entire day to help revitalize the Dykman Senior Center housing complex in Inwood, as part of Habitat for Humanity’s Brush with Kindness program.  Along with a group of volunteers, Julia painted rooms and created murals throughout the center to help brighten the space for its residents.

RDM introduced RDM Gives Back last year.  The program encourages all employees to volunteer time with a charitable organization of their choosing. Since its introduction, RDM team members have volunteered over 40 combined hours to local organizations.

About Brush with Kindness:
Habitat’s Brush with Kindness program enlists volunteers to revitalize community spaces—including playgrounds, community centers, and public parks—in New York City. Volunteers mostly paint rooms and murals but sometimes work can include light construction.  Find out more on their website.