As a specialist in electricity and lighting, our purpose is to power and illuminate the world around us. Our philanthropic program, Kuharchik Kares, is another way we choose to fuel and light our community.

A family-owned company, Kuharchik Construction, Inc. was built with a service mentality of people helping people. We demonstrate that value by assisting non-profit groups and organizations to help them thrive and grow. They, in turn, are positioned to help others, and the cycle of giving continues.


Congratulations to Jose Rodriguez and his little brother Jordan for being the recipient of the Kuharchik Construction Scholarship! After graduating with honors from West Side Career Technical School, he has decided to continue his education in the electrical field and will be attending the Pennsylvania College of Technology in Williamsport starting this spring.

If your nonprofit group or organization might benefit from our help, let us know. We provide assistance three ways: financial contribution, event promotion and volunteer support.

Have a special event coming up? We can help share your message to encourage attendance, increase donations, and advance worthwhile causes. Our portable message boards can be used to direct traffic as well, ensuring that your event is well managed and safer for everyone involved.

Perhaps you’re undertaking a project to benefit others, but you don’t quite have the people power to make it happen. Our team of hardworking representatives is happy to lend a hand.

Request Assistance

Apply for assistance by completing our Kuharchik Kares request form. Please submit your completed request form at least 2 weeks prior to your event, so we will have time to review the request and prepare as needed.

We will give each request careful consideration and do our best to bring power and brightness to your event and, eventually, to the community we share.

What kind of assistance do you need?
Are you interested in a Message Board?
Desired Text for Message Board:
* Please note: message boards allow for 8 characters per line, 3 lines per screen and 6 screens total.