84 Lumber donates to Kentucky community

The pro dealer gives $100,000 and $25,000 in materials to the tornado-ravaged City of Mayfield.
84 Lumber gives back to the City of Mayfield, Ky. on Good Morning America.

This morning on Good Morning America, 84 Lumber presented a special surprise to the City of Mayfield, Ky.

To assist with relief from the devastating tornado that hit the town on Dec. 10, the company donated $100,000, plus an additional $25,000 in building materials. 

“After witnessing the level of destruction in Mayfield, we knew we could make a difference and help put roofs back over the heads of people who desperately need assistance,” said 84 Lumber President Maggie Hardy Knox. “Our Kentucky area stores moved quickly to get supplies down to Mayfield for the surprise, and they plan to continue helping the town in the coming months as they rebuild.” 

The $100,000 donation will directly assist the town of Mayfield, and the $25,000 in materials will go to homeowners in the area who need assistance rebuilding. 

This donation comes at the end of 2021 during 84 Lumber’s 24 Days of Giving holiday campaign. Throughout the year, the company donated millions in materials and monetary donations to communities in need. 

To view the full surprise on Good Morning America, click here

Based in Eighty Four, Pa., 84 Lumber is one of the largest privately-held suppliers of building materials, manufactured components, and builder services. The company operates more than 250 locations in 30 states.

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