Danko Arlington is honored to be awarded the Gaudenzia Employer of the Year for 2008.
Gaudenzia is a non-profit organization which helps men, woman, adolescents and children who are affected by alcohol, drug addiction, and mental illness to achieve a better quality of life. Its mission includes specialized treatments, prevention, and education through responsible love and concern.
On October 16th, 2008, Mrs. Gale Saler, Gaudenzia’s Chesapeake Regional Director, presented a commemorative plaque to John Danko for the company’s efforts in employing its recent graduates. The ceremony was held at the Brown Auditorium of the Maryland Institute. In attendance were Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, Baltimore City Council President, Michael Harle, Executive Director of Gaudenzia, alumni, staff, and volunteers.
Gaudenzia operates over 90 programs in 50 locations throughout Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Delaware. One the newest Gaudenzia long term residential facilities for men is Gaudenzia Weinberg Center. This 31,000 square foot facility was dedicated in September, 2006, and two blocks away from Danko Arlington.
Danko Arlington is proud to be a good neighbor in offering job training and foundry skills for Gaudenzia clients who have overcome great odds through hard work, discipline, and determination to remarkably transform their lives.