Community Involvement

We know the happiest, most productive and valuable employees believe in giving back and making a difference in the world around them. That’s why our company prioritizes corporate social responsibility and creating ways for our employees to contribute to causes that they care about.

For nearly a century, our core values of safety, integrity, creativity, responsiveness, teamwork, respect, and initiative provide the foundation for how we conduct ourselves in the communities where we live and work.

We believe in building strong, resilient, and sustainable communities.

Coming together for the greater good promotes positive change and we are proud to invest our time and energy in our communities. Part of being a good neighbor is supporting communities through local giving. Through our subsidiary offices, we volunteer our time and contribute funds to support meaningful charitable causes that protect, preserve, and enhance our society.

E.S. Boulos Company and IBEW 1253 sponsored the Kennebec Valley YMCA and Mid Coast/Parkview Hospital bicycling teams for the 35th annual Trek Across Maine cycling event to support the American Lung Association. Over Father’s Day weekend, the teams joined nearly 2,000 cyclists and 750 volunteers to ride across Maine for three days in an effort to raise money and awareness to improve lung health and prevent lung disease.
The YMCA team raised just under $18,000 for this amazing cause and E.S. Boulos is proud to sponsor them for the second year in a row!

The E.S. Boulos Company raised over $1,600 in the Southern Maine Heart Walk in May 2019. The Heart Walk supports the challenge to help fight the American Heart Association’s mission to fight heart disease and stroke.

E.S. Boulos employees are proud to be a part of the Portland Rugby Football Club (PRFC). Founded in 1969 the PRFC is a non-profit group that focuses on numerous local charities.
Every 2nd Monday of the month, the rugby players volunteer at Preble St. Soup Kitchen.
In 1988, the PRFC founded the “Lobster Dip” with the help of South Portland Police Department. 100% of proceeds from the Lobster Dip benefit the Maine Special Olympics. Last year, the event raised over $100,000 for the cause.