Paul Ryan Windows Gives Away More Than $250,000 in Hurricane Aid

February 2nd, 2018 by Editor

Paul Ryan Windows says it has given away $250,000 worth of free windows and installation in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, which hit the Houston area in late August 2017.

“The community showed great resilience during and after the storm,” said Arlin Kethley, owner of Paul Ryan Windows. “Seeing so many people reaching out, and in some cases risking their lives to help complete strangers is just amazing. It really showed true love and what Houston is all about. It makes you really proud to be a Houstonian.”

Last October, Paul Ryan Windows was able to donate resources in the amount of $10,000 to Pasadena ISD to replace instruments lost or damaged from the storm.

“It was so nice to see and it just warmed my heart to know that there are such good people, like Paul Ryan Windows, and I am just extremely grateful,” said 21-year veteran police officer James Hill after his home was flooded with 51 inches of rain. “From the bottom of my heart and from my family, thank y’all so much for helping me in my time of need. Y’all have really made me and my family believe again that there is hope after such a devastating event like this.”

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