The Viviano family and their staff believe in giving back to the communities where they live and work, recently celebrating 30 years in business with a “30 Acts of Kindness” Campaign. Even when they are not celebrating milestone anniversaries, Viviano believes that a strong, unified community is a better community overall.
Supporting local businesses and organizations like Kellsie’s Hope Foundation, Code 3 Spices, The Miner’s Theater, Edwardsville Neighbors and more is common practice for Viviano. Over the years, they have supported local schools and churches, donated money to food pantries and sports teams, making significant contributions that stay in the Collinsville, Illinois area and other Metro-east communities.
If you know of an organization that needs additional support or sponsorship, please fill out the Contact Form below and someone at Viviano HVAC will get back to you shortly. If our budget allows, we are always happy to contribute to any worthy cause that gives back.
A Sampling of Organizations We’ve Supported Over the Years:
Copper Creek Christian Church, MaryvilleM
Apostolic Church of Belleville
St. Stephen Catholic Church
Holy Cross Lutheran Church
Kellsie’s Hope Foundation
Nativity of the Virgin Mary Orthodox Church
St. Mary’s Annual Auction
St. John Neumann
St. John Lutheran Church, Maryville
Parents In Action
Tepee May Maid
Code 3 Spices
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