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The Home Depot Reaches Product Donation Milestone: $150 Million Donated To Local Nonprofits Nationwide

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What do Atlanta Union Mission, Help the Children, and Rebuilding Together have in common? They, along with thousands of other nonprofits, receive regular donations of products from The Home Depot. Since 2008, The Home Depot and The Home Depot Foundation have worked with Good 360 to distribute millions of dollars in product to nonprofit organizations that use the materials to help those in need.

Gifts in Kind International and The Home Depot Foundation Donate $100 Million in Products to Communities in Need

Researchers at Indiana University estimate the donations have saved more than $1.4 million in energy costs and reached nearly 500,000 deserving families
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(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) Alexandria, VA - April 6, 2011 - Gifts In Kind International and The Home Depot® Foundation announced today that $100 million in products from The Home Depot have been donated to effective nonprofits nationwide since 2008.  The Framing Hope Product Donation Program has provided home improvement materials to more than 1,100 nonprofits nationwide, from Habitat for Humanity and Rebuilding Together to hundreds of other organizations serving their local communities.

The Home Depot Foundation Partners with Gifts In Kind International and Help the Children to Open Framing Hope Warehouse in Los Angeles County

Warehouse Offers Low-Cost, High-Quality Building Products for Nonprofits
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Today, in Los Angeles County, Help the Children, Gifts In Kind International, and The Home Depot® Foundation announced the opening of the Help the Children Framing Hope Warehouse to offer building and renovation products to local nonprofits at little to no cost. More than 600 nonprofit organizations, including a local shelter for abused women and children, a men’s shelter and a family resource center have already signed up to participate. 

Press Release

Today, in Los Angeles County, Help the Children, Gifts In Kind International, and The Home Depot® Foundation announced the opening of the Help the Children Framing Hope Warehouse to offer building and renovation products to local nonprofits at little to no cost. More than 600 nonprofit organizations, including a local shelter for abused women and children, a men’s shelter and a family resource center have already signed up to participate. 

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