Coconut Contracting is committed to supporting our local community by donating our money, time and talents to those in need of our services. Some of our highlights include:


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The ride has been supporting the Toys for Tots of Northern Arizona, now part of the Marine League Charities for more than a decade now. It’s a win-win situation for both groups and the Marines have been an integral part of the ride and supporting our mission as well.

Phoenix Children’s Hospital

Coconut Contracting is a monthly financial contributor to the Southwest’s largest children’s hospital.

Every contribution — no matter the size — makes a big impact on our patients. Donations from caring people like you make it possible for us to offer the very best medical specialists, cutting-edge technology and family-centered services without regard to a family’s ability to pay. Thank you for investing in the work we do at Phoenix Children’s to save lives and bring hope to children and their families. Your support means everything.

Valley of the Sun Jewish Community Center

Coconut Contracting is a monthly financial contributor and has also been responsible for installing multiple projects, including securing the venue’s soccer fields, was a federally-funded project that required approval from the US Department of Homeland Security. Our team also is responsible for maintaining the campus ongoing.

Musical Instrument Museum

Upon our initial visit to the MIM, the site was covered with overgrown aloe plants that were pruned poorly, giving the courtyard an old, unkempt appearance. There was little variation in color or texture with regards to the plant palette. Inviting, it was not.

Coconut Contracting was asked to develop a new planting plan that included much more color, as well as plants that would attract hummingbirds. To accomplish these goals, we planted Salvia Greggii, Salvia Leucantha and Orange Jubilee. We also brought in Bear Grass to add some much-needed texture to the area. We removed many of the aloes, as well as other plants that were either overgrown or simply didn’t fit with the new plan.

We’re happy to report that since the completion of the project, hummingbirds have already built two nests in the courtyard’s Oak trees.