Dedication to Quality
Every business in the industry is faced with challenges and shifts in the market. Collaboration, Integrity, Hard Work, and Accountability continue to be the building blocks of Franklin Street's culture and continued success. Because our culture is one of the most important focuses within our organization, we strive to find self-driven, talented, and experienced employees who are committed to every one of our core values.
As a member of the community, we believe we have a civic responsibility to serve the public and build philanthropy into our business culture. Our core beliefs speak to our dedication of building meaningful relationships and being a responsible citizen to the communities in which we live and work. Franklin Street's leaders don't require employees to contribute monetarily to the community but instead, offer several hands-on opportunities throughout the year to give back during company time.
"It is hard to sum up into words the generosity given to The Children’s Home by Franklin Street. Several years of participating in our United Way Day of Caring has improved the quality and beauty of our campus! Their kindness and dedication brings smiles to all of the children’s faces!"
- Amy Green, Community Engagement Manager, The Children’s Home, Inc.
“Franklin Street has been a tremendous community partner for Best Buddies Jacksonville. From raising awareness to raising crucial funds for our organization, it would be a tremendous loss to our organization if we did not have their continued support. They are always willing to help and demonstrate their culture of teamwork by participating in so many of our events from awareness to fundraising, Best Buddies and our community as a whole, is so lucky to have Franklin Street”
- Erika Hatch, Area Director, Best Buddies Jacksonville
“Franklin Street is a vital asset to our Feeding Tampa Bay volunteer community, as they inspect, sort and prepare food and non-food items to be distributed directly to the 700,000 hungry families we serve in our community! Especially with 1 in 4 children going to bed hungry, not knowing when or where their next meal is coming from, we rely upon our volunteers to fight child hunger by preparing boxes of kid-friendly foods and providing support to their families.”
- Megan Carlson, Feeding America Tampa Bay