I wanted to thank you, specifically Shellie & Allison for making the CT3 event a wonderful success. We could not do it without wonderful companies like you. On Behalf of CHKD, the children and families we serve, with gratitude, THANK YOU!
Since 2013 Outer Banks Sporting Events has developed an outstanding working relationship with SAGA Construction and the SAGA Community Focus committee. The SAGA Team has shown genuine interest in making a difference in the quality of life for the citizens of the Outer Banks.
Collaborating with SAGA in the development and growth of the Outer Banks Triathlon is personable as well as very professional. SAGA brings vision, excitement and purpose to the table; from planning to beyond the Finish line, which includes community impact!
We are proud of this partnership and look forward to working with the SAGA Team for many years to come.
Saga Construction and Development first began supporting the Mustang Music Festival in 2012 and has been an integral part of the festival becoming one of the fastest growing music and art festivals on the East Coast. Saga joined Mike Dianna’s Grill Room in 2013 to become the event’s presenting sponsor and has continued to provide both financial and visionary support as the festival continues to grow in 2015 when we will celebrate our fifth year of bringing world class musicians and artists to the Outer Banks.
Saga’s Community Focus committee has shared its knowledge and love which has allowed us to raise awareness and funds for our main beneficiary, the Corolla Wild Horse Fund and has positioned us to launch the Mustang Outreach Program which has been responsible for helping many local students gain a supplementary music and art education through live performance on our stages, music lesson scholarships and performances in local schools
We look forward to a long and lasting partnership with the Saga Construction and Development Team as we continue to help save our horses and better the lives of our community’s youth.
For the past several years, Dare County Arts Council has been fortunate to work with SAGA Construction & Development as a corporate sponsor. In the face of constant budget cuts from the public sector, arts organizations like DCAC have relied heavily on business partnerships and for us, none have been more rewarding than our relationship with SAGA. Each year their contribution has increased and this year, we are honored that they chose to be our lead sponsor 40th Anniversary celebration. As important as their financial support has been, it is their willingness to collaborate on new creative ideas to strengthen our community that has really set them apart. We are looking forward to a long and meaningful partnership with our friends at SAGA.
Three years ago several civic-minded Currituck residents were made aware of a growing problem in our schools. We found that there were an alarming number of elementary school students, age eleven and under, going home on Friday with little or no food for the weekend. We found that Monday morning breakfast at school was the most popular meal of the week. So we put our minds together and started Currituck Backpacks for Kids. It is managed through The Currituck Extension Foundation. At the time I was a County Commissioner and had the privilege of meeting the fine folks at SAGA Construction. As time went on it was very apparent that the SAGA team was extremely civic-minded and even asked “what can we do to help the Currituck communities”? Their concern with giving back was warm and sincere. As our Backpack numbers grew, we found ourselves at 191 kids weekly, I approached SAGA and ask if there was an interest in providing some type of financial assistance to our struggling outreach. After several meetings with the SAGA Construction team they stepped up and provided a substantial donation to our struggling program. I can honestly say that from the first time I met them to the last time we talked I have never met a more genuine group of folks wanting to make a difference.