Our Community Services

Outdoor Illumination is proud to give our time and resources to community-focused organizations in and around our respective areas. Along with charitable donations, our professionals donate their time and labor.

Maryland/ Virgina / DC

Outdoor Illumination of Metro Baltimore/Washington has been proud serve our communities for 20 years.  While we take pride in our service to over 5,000 customers, we also believe that service extends to our greater communities. Including:

Tregaron Conservancy

Little Falls Watershed Alliance

Rebuilding Together Montgomery County

National Association of Landscape Professionals Day of Service

American Society of Landscape Architects National Headquarters Green Roof project

Hillwood Museum and Gardens

Habitat for Humanity – Hurricane Katrina relief

The Carolinas

In 2005, we at Outdoor Illumination made Wilmington our home. We did so not knowing how the community would react to a couple of northern transplants like ourselves coming into their town. What we found was a warm and welcoming community full of passionate and inspired people who have helped us grow to the company we are today. Our gratitude for what Wilmington has done for us can never be fully expressed, but that doesn’t mean we aren’t going to try.

Wilmington Area Rebuilding Missionary (WARM)

Paws Place

Boys and Girls Home of Lake Waccama

Willie Stargell Foundation

Surfer’s Healing

Cucalorus

Airlie Gardens Foundation

Florida

Outdoor Illumination of Florida is proud to collectively give our time, effort and commitment to the following causes.

Boca Helping Hands: (BHH)

BHH is a community-based 501(c)(3) organization to provide food, medical, and financial assistance to meet basic needs as well as education, job training and guidance to create self-sufficiency.

Habitat for Humanity

Since 1990, Habitat for Humanity of South Palm Beach County has built and renovated more than 250 homes for more than 700 family members, in South Palm Beach County.

Tri-County Animal Rescue

They work hard to to prevent the killing of over 170,000 unwanted pets in Broward, Miami-Dade.