In an era where corporate responsibility and community engagement take center stage, Low Country Case and Millwork views itself as an example of a small commercial woodworking firm making a significant impact.
The company recently experienced a record-breaking year in 2023, not just in terms of business achievements but now also for its philanthropic efforts, according to a news release.
LCCM, based in North Charleston, donated over $100,000 to various non-profit organizations, with a majority being based in the Lowcountry, the release stated.
“Our mission has always been about more than just high-quality craftsmanship; it’s about building a difference in the lives of the people we can touch through our business,” said Amy Stasiukaitis, chief of staff at LCCM, in the release. “We believe in the power of giving back to the community that has supported us, and the philanthropic foundation laid by our Founder, Robert Stasiukaitis, over the last 34 years reflect that commitment.”
The donated funds were distributed across a diverse range of causes, including education, health care, environmental conservation, animal advocacy, and community well-being, the release stated. By supporting these organizations, LCCM aims to create a positive and lasting impact on the Lowcountry.
LCCM has always operated differently within its industry, placing an emphasis on social responsibility through volunteerism, according to the release. This commitment is demonstrated by the hands-on involvement of the leadership of CEO David Stasiukaitis in various community initiatives.
“As a company, we understand the responsibility we have to contribute to our community,” said David Stasiukaitis in the release. “I’m proud to have played a role in the betterment of the Lowcountry through our charitable contributions as well as in my role at organizations such as the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce.”
In addition to its charitable work, LCCM has announced the redesign of its website. The revamped website aims to provide visitors with a more seamless and informative experience, showcasing LCCM’s portfolio, team, values, and community initiatives, the release stated.
“We believe in constantly evolving and pushing the boundaries of what’s possible, not just in our craftsmanship but also in how we communicate with our community,” said Amy Stasiukaitis. “Our redesigned website reflects our dedication to transparency and the values that drive our business forward.”