JASMINE ENGINEERING HAS HISTORY OF HELPING SAN ANTONIO STUDENTS

Donation will set students on path to successful school year

San Antonio, TX (August 7, 2013) – Jasmine Engineering, Inc., a Total Building Commissioning and Program Management firm, provided a contribuition to help supply students in South San Antonio and South Bexar County by providing them shoes for the upcoming 2013-2014 school year. Since 2008 Jasmine Engineering has donated nearly $11,000 to assist children and students in San Antonio.

Shoe donation

The funds were donated to Friends of Mancha Family Community Events (FMFCE), a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing school supplies to needy school age children in southern San Antonio and Bexar County. The supplies were handed out from 8:30 a.m. to Noon on Saturday, August 10 at Adams Elementary School (135 E. Southcross).

This was the 10th year FMFCE has held their school supply giveaway.

One of the main reasons we enjoy working in the K-12 sector is because of the children,” said Mary Serna, CEO of Jasmine Engineering.  “Our goal with the donation is to provide students the tools to be successful for the upcoming school year.

About Jasmine Engineering

School supply giveaway

Jasmine Engineering is a name synonymous with quality and integrity. The company was formed in 1984 by licensed engineer Jasmine Azima, and is celebrating its 29th anniversary in December 2013. Jasmine Engineering serves government entities, educational institutions, school districts, health care providers, and respected public and private companies.

Jasmine Engineering’s philosophy toward total building commissioning authority services and owner representative services is unlike any other company, with all services and certifications under one roof. This integrated in-house team offers customers a more efficient service and keeps costs down. For this reason, Jasmine Engineering is known for consistently delivering projects under budget and on time. For more information visit jasmineengineering.com.

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