BAYPORT, Minn., Aug. 30, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Andersen Corporation and the Andersen Corporate Foundation are providing $175,000 in monetary support and product donations to help the people and communities impacted by Hurricane Harvey. Andersen Corporation is donating $100,000 of windows and doors to Houston Habitat for Humanity to help with rebuilding efforts. The Andersen Corporate Foundation is making a $50,000 donation and pledging to match up to $25,000 in employee donations to the Red Cross.
"The Andersen team is pleased to provide this important support to help in the recovery and rebuilding efforts following Hurricane Harvey," said Jay Lund, Andersen Chairman and CEO.
Andersen and Habitat for Humanity have partnered for more than 20 years to build quality affordable homes for families across the country.
"We're very thankful for the generous donation of windows and doors from Andersen," said Allison Hay, Executive Director of Houston Habitat for Humanity. "We have many Habitat families impacted by this disaster and Andersen's proactive support is much appreciated."
Houston Habitat for Humanity has built over 1,000 affordable homes for low-income families. For more information about Houston Habitat visit www.houstonhabitat.org.
About Andersen Corporation
Headquartered in Bayport, Minnesota, Andersen Corporation and its subsidiaries manufacture and market window and door products under the Andersen®, Renewal by Andersen®, Silver Line®, American Craftsman®, EMCO® and Weiland® brands. Andersen was founded in 1903 and employs nearly 11,000 people in locations across North America. Andersen is a privately held company. Visit us at andersencorporation.com.
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