Baird Gives Back
We are only as strong as the community we’re in
When a home’s foundation starts to fail, the property value decreases. Research shows that when one home’s value begins to decrease, the surrounding homes and ultimately the neighborhood will also decline in time. This can even be an indicator of where crime starts to develop.
At Baird, we are committed to restoring value and safety to homes and businesses across Texas. And when you get down to it, all the work we do is for the community.
We are proud members of our local Chambers of Commerce. This allows us to keep our finger on the community pulse, as well as affords us opportunities to meet and talk with community leaders and business owners.
Giving in action
The team at Baird Foundation Repair is dedicated to helping make our community – and city – the best it can possibly be. We believe that a rising tide lifts all boats, and by playing an active role in our growing community, we have the opportunity to achieve a positive social impact on those around us.
We have been honored to contribute to and participate in a number of philanthropic activities over the years, and are always looking for more ways to give back.
- Greater San Antonio Builders Association serving holiday meals to Veterans
- Haven for Hope
- Operation Bring Eddie Home
- Rise Recovery
- San Antonio Food Bank
- South Texas Blood & Tissue Center community blood drives
- Blue Skies of Texas
- Education Foundation of the BBB
- Nueces County Junior Livestock Show
- Archdiocese of San Antonio
- Montgomery County ISD Education Foundation
- Montgomery County Community Assistance Center
- Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District
- Seton Home of San Antonio
- Texas High School Rodeo Association – Region 8
- Oil Belt Little League Sponsor
Nominate a resident or nonprofit organization
Unfortunately, some members of our community find themselves unable to afford the costs associated with foundation repair, especially if it means going without food or other basic necessities. For nonprofit organizations, facility expenses might not be part of their annual budget, and any needed repairs could set them back. As a result, repairs are put off and the signs and symptoms of foundation failure will only get worse and more costly.
If you know a deserving individual or nonprofit organization who is need, please contact us to nominate them!
Working together, we can restore value, safety and peace of mind to those in need.
- 2021 Recipient: Thousand Oaks Bible Church