Posts Tagged ‘ World Vision ’

AAMA, World Vision Fill 500 Backpacks for Children in Need

Nov 2nd, 2015

Volunteers at the recent American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) 2015 National Fall Conference in Cambridge, Md., filled backpacks with school supplies to benefit children at seven Title I elementary schools on Maryland’s eastern shore. A total of 500 backpacks were filled and distributed during the event. After including notes of encouragement for the current academic […]

Numbers Up All Around at Association Meeting; European Standards Discussed

Feb 19th, 2015

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The American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) wrapped up its annual conference on Wednesday, and the consensus seems to be that numbers are up on a variety of fronts. In its opening general session earlier in the week, the association reported that it has gained 34 new members since its fall 2014 meeting. Thirty-one new documents […]

AAMA and World Vision Partner to Provide Backpacks with Supplies for Children in Need

Sep 19th, 2014

At the AAMA 2014 Fall Conference, attendees stuffed and donated 500 backpacks to a local Title I elementary school.

During the American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) 2014 Fall Conference, volunteers rolled up their sleeves and filled backpacks with school supplies for a nearby Denver Title I elementary school. A total of 500 backpacks were filled and distributed during the event. After including hand-written notes of encouragement for the current academic year, volunteers traveled to […]

AAMA Closes Out Meeting with Focuses on Vinyl, Commercial and More

Feb 21st, 2014

David Maxwell, AIA, outlined the importance of daylighting.

The American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) concluded its meeting in Orlando on Wednesday and a focus on vinyl in the commercial market was just one of the many topics discussed. As vinyl continues to move more into the commercial marketplace, the Commercial Vinyl Products Committee met for the first time to “investigate, monitor, address and […]