At Matthews | DCCM, we collectively desire to make a positive difference in the communities where we live, work, and play by giving back through our time and resources. We prioritize staying involved and supporting our communities and charitable and professional organizations, always actively seeking more ways we can help.

Making a difference, it’s what we do.

How We Give Back

Our year-round internship program for high school and college students allows them to gain valuable real-world experience.

We fund an annual $5K scholarship for UNF for minorities and women to pursue a career in science and engineering.

We provide services at reduced or no cost to non-profits in communities we serve, as well as giving our time and monetary donations to support charitable organizations.


Supporting education and promoting the learning environments of future engineers.


Giving back to communities with which we do business and in which our employees and clients live.


Matching our employees' efforts by supporting their donations or charitable causes.

partial list of supported organizations

ACE High School Program
American Council of Engineering Companies
American Institute of Architects
American Society of Landscape Architects
Alpha-Omega Miracle Home
American Public Works Association
American Society of Civil Engineers
American Society of Highway Engineers
Cathedral Parish School
Community Hospice & Palliative Care
Dreams Come True of Jacksonville

Florida Engineering Society, NEFL Chapter
Firefighters for Families
Flagler Hospital
Habitat for Humanity of St. Augustine
Home Again St. Johns
INK (Investing in Kids)
Julington Creek Baseball
Ketterlinus Elementary School
Nease Alumni
Northeast Florida Builders Association
Orthopaedic Associates of St. Augustine

Pedro Menendez High School
St. Augustine Little League
St. Augustine Youth Services (SAYS)
St. Johns County Chamber of Commerce
St. Johns Housing Partnership
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
The Arc of St. Johns
University of North Florida
United Way
Whitney Laboratory for Marine Bioscience