Holt Brothers Construction

Our Community

Success is not just measured by the revenue a company makes, but also by the investment it makes in the community. To that end, Terrence and Torry Holt are committed to giving back to the communities where they live and work.

Holt Brothers Foundation

Through their foundation, the Holt Brothers support programs that assist children who have a parent with cancer. The brothers lost their mother to the disease, and understand the emotional challenges young people face when a parent is diagnosed with cancer. Their Kids Can! Program helps young people cope with the emotional challenges families face. And their support of Camp Kesem gives kids aged 6 to 16 the chance to spend a week at summer camp – escaping the pressures of daily life and allowing them just to be kids.


As a nod to their alma mater, the Holt Brothers underwrote a $100,000 scholarship endowment to benefit NC State University football student-athletes.  Terrence, who graduated with a degree in sociology, serves on the Advisory Board of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at NC State.  As ambassadors for the University, they devote their time and energy to promoting and helping the school that gave them so much.

They also underwrite a scholarship at Wake Tech for minority students studying construction management.


Community Involvement

For the past two years, the Holt Brothers have participated in Harris Teeter’s Harvest Feast Thanksgiving, assembling 2,000 bags of holiday essentials for families who may otherwise go hungry. The food is distributed through the Food Bank of Eastern & Central North Carolina.

Other organizations that have benefited from the Holt Brother’s generosity include the Salvation Army, Boys & Girls Club of Durham, the YMCA “We Build People” Campaign, Eastern Guildford High School, and Gibsonville Parks & Recreation. They are involved in Gibsonville Elementary, helping to support a computer lab in their hometown school.