In the Community

We’re grateful for the success we’ve experienced over the past 30 years and it is important to us to support our community by giving back and volunteering throughout the year at numerous organizations.

The Providence House

Providence House is Ohio’s first and one of the nation’s longest operating crisis nurseries, offering free, voluntary (non-custodial) emergency shelter to children newborn through twelve years old, actively living in crisis situations which place them at risk of abuse or neglect.

Our team spent the afternoon at Providence House in June of 2019 helping sort clothes and donations.
Photo of two people wearing haircaps and gloves at Providence House.
Photo of a group of smiling people standing in front of big letters that say HOPE at Providence House.
Photo of two people smiling as they organize clothes at Providence House.
Photo of two women standing in front of a sign that reads "Habitat for Humanity"
Photo of two people, wearing orange hardhats, taking a sledgehammer to an upside-down, half-destroyed chair.
Photo of a person using a palette-jack to move heavy materials in a warehouse.

Habitat for Humanity

Habitat ReStores are independently owned reuse stores operated by local Habitat for Humanity organizations that accept donations and sell home improvement items to the public at a fraction of the retail price.

In June of 2018, members of our team visited the store to help sort through donations.

Second Harvest Food Bank

Second Harvest is the regional nonprofit committed to fighting hunger. Working together with a vast network to acquire, gather, and distribute nutritious food, Second Harvest helps feed tens of thousands of people throughout Crawford, Erie, Huron and Lorain counties. For every $1 donated we can provide 5 meals to families at risk for hunger. For information visit

Our team spent time at Second Harvest in November of 2017 helping sort and pack donations

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