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McCoy’s, Atrium give back to Habitat Texas

The pro dealer and window manufacturer donate $29,710.

BY HBSDealer Staff

McCoy’s Building Supply and Atrium Windows and Doors have donated $29,710 to Habitat for Humanity Texas.

As part of a special promotion, McCoy’s and Atrium contributed $5 to Habitat for Humanity Texas for every Atrium window sold Oct. 1-27, at McCoy’s Building Supply stores.

“We are so thankful for McCoy’s and Atrium Windows support of our Rebuilding Hope Campaign,” said Amy Ledbetter Parham, executive director of Habitat for Humanity Texas. “Research shows that when a disaster hits, most communities do not have the funds on hand to rebuild. McCoy’s and Atrium are helping make sure that communities can rebuild and flourish.”

Habitat for Humanity Texas and its 72 affiliates serve the state by providing advocacy on affordable housing, training and technical assistance, resource development, and disaster services.

Habitat for Humanity Texas also is focused on long-term recovery efforts in Hurricane Harvey-affected areas. The donation from McCoy’s and Atrium will be allocated to local Habitat for Humanity affiliates and home repairs for families and veterans.

“The Habitat vision of a world where everyone has a decent place to live truly resonates with us at McCoy’s. We also have a passion for people becoming homeowners, and we enjoy being a part of an industry where we are involved in this significant life event for our customers,” said Jessica Walshak, McCoy’s Marketing Manager. “Our relationship with Habitat for Humanity has long been ingrained in our company at very local and personal levels with affiliates. We are honored to make this donation alongside our vendor partner, Atrium Windows.”

Based in San Marcos, Texas, McCoy’s operates 87 stores, 3 distribution facilities, and 2 millwork facilities in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Mississippi and New Mexico.

 

 

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