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Team Depot Flooding Relief Efforts Underway in Kentucky and Surrounding States


Following the aftermath of the recent flooding in the Appalachia and Midwest regions, Team Depot, The Home Depot’s associate volunteer force, is helping those who have been impacted.

Leading by Example: Team Depot Volunteers Share Why They Serve


Spring Doing season is in full swing for Team Depot, The Home Depot’s volunteer force, but our commitment to volunteering – and our mission – continues year-round.

Team Depot volunteers go above and beyond to make a difference in their communities, completing impactful projects and leading with kindness and positivity. Read on to discover why they believe in giving back to their communities.

The Home Depot Foundation Teams Up With Operation Blessing to Prepare for Disaster Season


The Home Depot Foundation is teaming up with Operation Blessing to build nearly 800 relief kits in preparation for disaster season. These kits will provide immediate resources to those affected by severe weather events.

Operation Blessing is a nonprofit organization that has provided hunger relief, medical care, clean water, and disaster relief to millions around the world. In the aftermath of recent storms, their team distributed nearly 300 of the pre-assembled kits to impacted areas.

Sneak Peek at Team Depot's 2022 Spring Doing Season Volunteer Projects

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April is National Volunteer Month, which means it’s Spring Doing season.

To celebrate, The Home Depot Foundation is honoring the selfless spirit and orange-blooded culture of Team Depot, our associate volunteer force. Over the next 30 days, Team Depot will be completing dozens of volunteer projects with nonprofit partners and extending the mission of The Home Depot Foundation in our communities across the country.

View the video above to see a sneak peek of how we’re kicking off the 2022 Spring Doing season.

Team Depot Associates Help With Flood Recovery Efforts in Chehalis, Washington


The Lewis County Gospel Mission (LCGM) in Chehalis, Washington, is the only nonprofit organization in their area that allows homeless individuals to gather indoors and receive services. They also provide clothing, food, outdoor gear and more for the community.

Remembering Dr. King Through Community Service and a $1 Million Foundation Grant


In 1983, legislation passed to make the third Monday in January a federal holiday honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. We’re still celebrating his remarkable life dedicated to American civil rights nearly 40 years later. Today, his "I Have a Dream" speech is just as impactful as it was when he delivered it on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in 1963.

Operation Surprise 2021: A Season of Service


Operation Surprise is about service, community and living the company’s core values.

The Home Depot Foundation rolled out life-changing assistance and surprise moments for those in need. The goal was to paint a brighter future for our communities. Together, we:

Team Depot Monitoring Dixie Wildfire to Aid in Relief


The Dixie Wildfire in Northern California has destroyed more than 600 homes and caused tens of thousands to evacuate. It is now the second largest wildfire in the state’s history – and still growing. 

Team Depot Tornado Relief Efforts Underway


On Friday, March 26, Georgia experienced the strongest tornado it had seen in almost a decade. An EF-4 tornado hit Coweta County with 170-mph winds and severely impacted the city of Newnan. 

In response, Team Depot, the company’s associate volunteer force, took immediate action to assist with relief efforts. More than 200 disaster relief kits were packed on Friday with critical items like N95 masks, paper towels and gloves. Team Depot volunteers delivered them the next day to impacted homeowners and local first responders.

Honoring a Fallen Soldier and His Family


On one of the coldest March mornings in recent memory, more than 30 Team Depot volunteers from District 278 (Fairfax, Va.) were gathered inside and outside of a home, swinging hammers and painting walls.

They were transforming the home of Navy veteran Marty Bodrog, the first victim of the September 13 Washington Navy Yard shooting.


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