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Tampa, Fl. – Helping veterans and active-duty military is an important mission at West Shore Home®. Through our West Shore For Warriors™ initiative, we have gifted shower remodels to deserving veterans, helped donate thousands of pounds of food to veterans in need, and supported countless military nonprofits across the country.
But we also prioritize taking care of our own teammates who have served or continue to serve our country through our focus on veteran recruiting, hiring and employee resource groups. This dedication to veterans earned one of our teammates a prestigious honor from the United States government.
Each year, thousands of children in the U.S. are diagnosed with some form of cancer. It’s news no parent ever wants to hear. At the top of their mind is getting their child the best possible care they can to beat it, but medical treatment can be costly.
That’s where Four Diamonds plays a vital role. Since 1972, the charity has been committed to covering 100% of out-of-pocket medical costs for Four Diamonds families to help conquer childhood cancer with world-class care at Penn State Health Children’s Hospital.
West Shore Home® and MI Windows and Doors by MITER Brands™ have joined together as Partners in the Fight™. Through their Giving Thanks campaign, the companies collectively raised $100,000 to donate to Four Diamonds.
The holiday season is a time filled with festivities, giving back and making memories around the dinner table.
However, for some veterans, putting a meal on the table can be a struggle. In Central Pennsylvania, nearly one in ten households receiving food assistance have at least one member who is currently serving or has served in the military.
Our mission is To Bring Happiness To Every Home® and that’s needed more than ever during the holiday season. That’s why West Shore Home® joined together with MITER Brands and Penn State Football to Tackle Hunger.
Football is more than just a game to so many. It teaches valuable life lessons, it brings communities together every Friday night across the country, and this year, it has the power to saves lives.
We may not wear helmets and jerseys at West Shore Home®, but every day we are Exceptional Teammates. This season, we partnered with Trinity High School Football in Camp Hill, Pa. to help support the Peyton Walker Foundation’s Huddle For Hearts initiative.
For every rushing touchdown the Shamrocks score in the 2023-2024 season, West Shore Home is donating $200 to help fund Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) for local youth sports organizations in Pennsylvania.
We are proud to partner with MI Windows and Doors to donate $100,000 to Four Diamonds. During the month of September, Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, a portion of all proceeds from West Shore Home window sales nationwide were donated.
The new field is enhancing the experience for student athletes, as well as members of the marching band. It’s the first time there has been an upgrade in nearly 25 years.
West Shore Home donated more than 8,000 school supplies to schools across the nation for United Way’s Stuff the Bus Campaign.
West Shore Home has a regular volunteer commitment to organize and pack crisis boxes at the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank. The organization distributes over 5.5 million pounds of food to Pennsylvanians in need each month. It serves a 27-county region and relies on volunteers to fulfill its vision that no one should be hungry. Our mission is to Bring Happiness to Every Home, and we can help do this for thousands of food insecure Pennsylvanians through this effort.
It is our mission to support the veterans in the communities we serve. Although we understand that donations and events can never repay these veterans for their service, we are proud to support them in any way possible. We owe a special thank you to all of the organizations we have partnered with in the past including:
To learn more about what these organizations are doing to support their local communities, visit their websites.
Donald Shank of Manheim, Pa. joined the Army in 1946 and served in Japan during its occupation by the United States. The 96-year-old is the first recipient of the company’s 2022 West Shore for Warriors bath installations.