Window Nation Partners With Habitat for HumanityAugust 24th, 2018 by Drew Vass, Executive Editor
Window Nation has announced their new partnership with Habitat for Humanity through their Window Nation Cares initiative.
“We were raised to take care of others first and give back to our community whenever possible,” says Window Nation CEO Harley Magden, who co-founded the company with his brother Aaron. “We are very fortunate that our business is doing well – which means we not only take care of our employees, but also those in need within the communities we have a presence. Habitat is simply an amazing organization with a stellar reputation. Helping them build out homes is something we can all truly feel good about. Everyone should feel the joy and pride that comes with a place you call your own.”
Window Nation will start their initiative by dedicating a day of service for their employees to participate in the home building. Window Nation, as well as their partners Vyrex and Soft-Lite Windows, will also continue to provide windows for Habitat for Humanity as well as install them. Window Nation will also donate a portion of sales to the nonprofit in August and November.
“Habitat for Humanity works in all 50 states and more than 70 countries around the world helping millions of people find safe, decent and affordable housing,” states Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake CEO, Mike Posko. “We could not do any of this work without incredibly generous donations from companies like Window Nation. Its windows and doors transform houses into beautiful homes that children and families can grow and thrive in. With Window Nation’s help, underserved communities suffering from vacancy and neglect are transformed into beautiful, vibrant neighborhoods that families want to call home. We could not be more grateful for its employees’ help building homes, communities and hope here in Central Maryland, as well as across the country. Window Nation is an ideal partner, and we are excited to build a long-term partnership to help many more families in need.”