Posts Tagged ‘ Homes for our Troops ’

Annual Golf Outing Nets Fundraising Record for MI Charitable Foundation

Oct 21st, 2021

The MI Charitable Foundation, a philanthropic arm of Pa.-based manufacturer MI Windows and Doors, set a new fundraising record for the fourth straight year at its annual charity golf outing. Held October 4-6 in Hershey, Pa., the 23rd annual event raised $2.2 million for charity. The three-day event, which hosted more than 250 suppliers, customers, […]

MI Celebrates 300th Specially Adapted Veterans Home

Sep 11th, 2020

MI Windows’ partner, Homes For Our Troops, will host a Volunteer Day and Key Ceremony for its 300th home recipient this weekend, while also participating in the National Day of Service and Remembrance for September 11. The custom home will be presented to Army SGT Nate Shumaker and family in Hillsboro, Mo. Shumaker, a Purple […]

MI Windows and Doors Surpasses $1 million at Annual Charity Event

Jun 13th, 2019

Officials for MI Windows and Doors report that its 21st annual golf tournament and charity auction raised more than $1 million last week for the company’s MI Charitable Foundation. The event, held June 3-5 in Hershey, Pa., is the foundation’s largest fundraiser, supporting causes in veterans affairs, local outreach, children’s wellbeing and the fight against […]

Harvey Building Products Raises $30,000 to Benefit Homes for Our Troops

Jan 24th, 2014

Harvey Building Products is proud to tip its collective hat to veterans by selling knit hats, then donating a check for 100 percent of the proceeds—more than $30,000—to Homes for Our Troops (HFOT), an organization the company has supported since 2009. Employees and customers made monetary donations to the national organization during a three-week blitz […]

MI Windows and Doors Donates Windows to Homes for Our Troops

Jun 15th, 2012

MI Windows and Doors (MIWD) donated and helped to install a complete window package of new MI EnergyCore windows for a Homes for Our Troops (HFOT) home being built in Parker, Colo., for Army Corporal Nick Orchowski and his family. Army Corporal Nick Orchowski was on his first deployment when he was left a quadriplegic […]

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