Philanthropy

Members of the Kiefer Consulting Executive Team serve on local non-profit boards, steering committees, and volunteer to make their community stronger. Kiefer is proud to support the Folsom Cordova Community Partnership, Folsom Community Service Day, American River Conservancy, and the Powerhouse Science Center in Sacramento.

Kiefer Consulting organizes an annual coat drive to collect coats and winter hats for the homeless. In 2018, we collected nearly 100 coats to distribute to those in need throughout the region. Kiefer employees, clients, and neighbors all have contributed to make our coat drive a success.

As many of you already know, the Camp Fire in Butte County was the largest and deadliest fire in California’s history. 17,000 buildings were lost and over 52,000 people displaced. Our offices are located about 100 miles from the center of the damage, however, we have certainly felt the impact here in Folsom. Kiefer employees made donations to the relief effort and the company matched the donation.

Community Involvement

Kiefer is proud to support the largest day of volunteerism in the Sacramento region. Folsom Community Service day brings together 3,300 people to work on over 75 community projects in the city of Folsom. Both Greg Kiefer and Brian Wallace serve on the Community Service Day Steering Committee.

Environmental Initiatives

Kiefer’s office in Folsom is situated near one of the most beautiful public trails in the greater Sacramento area, the Lake Natoma Trail System. We care deeply about the environment. While we are a small business, we recognize that you are never “too small” to be concerned with conservation and environmental responsibility. As owners of our building, we’ve put some programs in place over the last 2 years to promote environmental sustainability.

  • We established a recycling program for cans and paper
  • Promote the use of dishes as opposed to paper products (cups, plates)
  • Converted all lighting in our building to energy efficient LED
  • Reduced paper usage by defaulting printers to 2-sided printing
Images of new Powerhouse Science Center under construction and Greg Kiefer with the Executive Director and a $25,000 check made out to Powerhouse overlaying the image.
Brian Wallace at Community Service Day being interviewed
Graphic for the Kiefer Coat Drive