Shore Club Developer Hartling Group Remains Active in Turks and Caicos Community
As one of the largest employers in the Turks and Caicos Islands, the Hartling Group is actively involved in community outreach programs and projects that enhance the quality of life for island residents.
For over 15 years CEO Stan Hartling and his team have made countless contributions to various organizations through personal and corporate volunteer time, as well as financial donations. In terms of volunteer time, Stan Hartling and Joan Hagan have volunteered countless hours for the national hockey team. Stan Hartling also serves on the executive committee of the Turks and Caicos Museum.
The following list provides a partial example of the Hartling Group’s involvement in the community.
In addition to this list of projects, The Shore Club recently donated $35,000 to the Turks & Caicos Scholarship Fund.
Shore Club developer Stan Hartling was the Honourary Chairperson for the TCI Salvation Army Annual Kettle Drive, helping to raise more than $52,000.
Named for the biblical reference to Jehovah Nissi, the memorial altar erected by Moses, the word Nissi translates to mean "Lord is my banner" or "Jehovah is my refuge".
Stan Hartling is an honorary member and active fundraiser for the Turks & Caicos AIDS Awareness Foundation (TCAAF). TCAAF, established on World AIDS Day on December 1, 2003, is a non-profit organization dedicated to fighting the spread of HIV/AIDS through educational programs and fundraising events.
In participation with the Turks & Caicos Museum, The Hartling Group is a premium sponsor in funding the search for the Trouvadore shipwreck.
When Stan Hartling learned that someone was flying to Grand Turk several times a week to get life-saving dialysis, he knew immediately that he had to help provide this essential service on Providenciales.
With roots in hockey-loving Canada, it only made sense for The Hartling Group to become one of the original founding sponsors of the Provo Hockey League.