Fletcher Construction Cares about our Community!

Fletcher Construction believes it is important to be a part of the community we serve.  Below are just some of the organizations we help support.

SERVE was founded in 1979 to stand the gap between what Stafford County Social Services can offer and the need of many in Stafford living at or below the poverty limit.

Every thing we do at SERVE is funded through donations from individuals, churches, civic groups and corporations.   Several months age we sprung a leak.  Literally our roof began to fail. We already had three layers of roofing on our old office at 15 Upton Lane in Stafford.   So it all had to come off.

We had some money but only enough to apply a few patches.  We really needed a new roof.  Matt Fletcher at Fletcher Construction learned of our need. He stepped forward in faith, assembled a team and in the end gifted SERVE with a new roof.

I thank God for Fletcher Construction and the team that Matt put together.  If that includes any of you, we are overjoyed with what God can do.  “All things” it says in Romans 8:28, “All Things”.
Michael Elliot

Executive Director, SERVE, Inc.

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Born To Be Brave

We understand dads. They have questions. “Do I have what it takes to lead my son? To connect with him in a meaningful way? Am I the man that he needs me to be?” The answers to all of those questions is a bold “YES!”. You are the man that God has put in his life. And God has qualified you and equipped you for the job. Here is the truth: dads don’t need a bigger to-do list. And sons don’t need a perfect father. All your son needs is you!

At Born to be Brave, You’ll learn how to: connect with your son in ways that are NOT awkward and discover the simple things you can do to go from being an active father to a strategic father. Most importantly, instead of leaving with more TO DO’s, you’ll leave knowing all that has already BEEN DONE for you to be the role model you’ve always wanted to be for your son. And you’re going to leave feeling brave. After all, you were Born to be Brave.

Fairy Godmother Project

Our mission is to ease the burden of day to day life for families facing all phases of a pediatric cancer diagnosis. Unlike most pediatric cancer organizations, FGP’s focus is on the parents. Our philosophy is that by alleviating the day-to-day stress through emotional and financial support, we are providing these caregivers with more time and less stress allowing them to better support their families during these difficult times.

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Rappahannock Big Brothers Big Sisters

For more than 50 years, Rappahannock Big Brothers Big Sisters has operated under the belief that inherent in every child is the ability to succeed and thrive in life. As the nation’s largest donor and volunteer supported mentoring network, Big Brothers Big Sisters makes meaningful, monitored matches between adult volunteers (“Bigs”) and children (“Littles”). Providing a system of ongoing evaluation and support, Big Brothers Big Sisters is proven by independent studies to help children perform better in school, make positive choices, and have stronger relationships with their parents and others.

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital focuses on pediatric catastrophic diseases and how to prevent and enhance treatment for them. The hospital continues to grow and is currently expanding their International Outreach and Domestic Affiliate programs. The hospital offers a variety of patient resources, clinical programs, and research. Fletcher Construction is an annual donor to the hospital.

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The Brisben Center

For over thirty years, the Brisben Center, has been the 24/7, 365 go-to source for homeless services in the Greater Fredericksburg area. With strong community support, the Brisben Center faithfully provided emergency housing for more than 6,000 persons over the past thirteen years, served 95,000 nutritious meals last year, yielded significant increases in employment and income among its residents, sustainably re-housed hundreds, and demonstrated that it remains a viable refuge for those who have desperately needed a temporary place to call home and rebuild their lives. The Brisben Center was built by love and it continues building with love as its residents reach for a rung on the ladder of success.