DAVID ALLEN COMPANY DONATES SIX TRUCK LOADS OF FLOORING TO TILE PARTNERS FOR HUMANITY (TPFH)
Thursday, October 23, 2014
E. CANTON, OH (October 20, 2014) – David Allen Company, a leading installer of tile, marble, granite and terrazzo, donated six trucks of flooring to Tile Partners for Humanity (TPFH) from its Washington, D.C., facility in September.
TPFH represents the partnership of tile industry members working to support nonprofit partners like Habitat for Humanity and community outreach centers through donations of tile materials and labor. The flooring donations benefitted Dry Ridge ReUse Center in Dry Ridge, Ky., and Operation Compassion in Cleveland, Tenn. TPFH coordinated the donations on behalf of the organizations, which both serve multiple communities in and around the Appalachian Mountains.
David Allen Company is a Five-Star contractor member of the National Tile Contractors Association, a longtime supporter of TPFH. David Allen Company is also a member of the Marble Institute of America and the National Terrazzo and Mosaic Association. The company is headquartered in Raleigh, NC, and has locations in South Florida, Washington, DC, Birmingham, AL, and Lexington, SC. David Allen Company has also donated truckloads of excess product to TPFH several times over the past three years.
Herb Miller, executive director of Tile Partners for Humanity and its parent organization, Mountain Re-Source Center, thanked David Allen Company for its ongoing partnership.
“It’s awesome that partners like David Allen Company realize the importance of supporting the work of local nonprofits through the donation of good material that they no longer need. Through this incredible donation, two organizations that each serve multiple communities will be able to use tile to rebuild and improve the lives of several families. Thank you!”
About Tile Partners for Humanity/Mountain Re-Source Center
Tile Partners for Humanity represents a partnership of tile industry members supporting Habitat for Humanity and other nonprofit organizations. TPFH is part of Mountain Re-Source Center, which welcomes donations of all types of building materials as well as disaster relief supplies, educational resources, household necessities, and medical supplies. To donate or for more information on MRC or TPFH, contact MRC Executive Director Herb Miller at 304-678-4229/ [email protected] or Networking Director Ally Venugopal at 425-429-6188/ [email protected]. MRC provides a donation receipt for tax purposes. For more information, visit www.mountainre-source.org or www.tpfh.com.