Gifts In Kind was founded in 1983 to provide a solution to companies looking for efficient ways to donate large quantities of new products to qualified charities. Gifts In Kind was founded in 1983 to provide a solution to companies looking for efficient ways to donate large quantities of new products to qualified charities.
The Framing Hope Product Donation Program—a collaboration between The Home Depot Foundation and Good360—provides home and building supplies to organizations that assist military veterans in addition to organizations that assist the greater population of people in need. Framing Hope Warehouses help to aggregate donations from many stores, and then redistribute them to qualified local groups.
As the official Framing Hope Warehouse in Las Vegas, HELP of Southern Nevada will pick up donations throughout the year from 12 Southern Nevada Home Depot stores, which will then be made available directly to local nonprofits and schools. Local 501(c)(3) organizations and churches that would like membership information can apply by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Good360 is proud to partner with HELP of Southern Nevada, The Home Depot and The Hope Depot Foundation in opening our seventh Framing Hope Warehouse,” said Good360 President and Chief Executive Officer Cindy Hallberlin. “Products donated through the program have made a significant impact across the country and our community-based partnerships are critical to that success. Through the Las Vegas Warehouse, HELP of Southern Nevada will be able to provide much needed resources to area nonprofits for the benefit of veterans, their families and others in need.”
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on Monday, Sept. 16 at HELP of Southern Nevada to officially open the Framing Hope Warehouse. Toyota donated a forklift for use in the warehouse.
“We are thrilled that The Home Depot Foundation and Good360 have chosen HELP of Southern Nevada as Framing Hope Warehouse’s only Nevada location,” remarked HELP of Southern Nevada President and Chief Executive Officer Terrie D’Antonio. “It’s an excellent opportunity that will benefit not only our clients but also other local organizations and the members of the community they serve.”
“Framing Hope is a key part of The Home Depot Foundation’s commitment to ensure every veteran has a safe place to call home. The Las Vegas Framing Hope Warehouse provides product that helps nonprofits repair and refurbish homes and facilities for low-income families and individuals, with a focus on organizations that work with veterans,” said Director and Chief Operating Officer of The Home Depot Foundation Fred Wacker. “Donating products through Framing Hope Warehouses helps charitable organizations stretch their budgets, supports our efforts and protects the environment.”
About The Home Depot Foundation
The Home Depot Foundation is dedicated to improving the homes of U.S. military veterans through financial and volunteer resources to help nonprofit organizations. The Foundation has committed $80 million to these efforts over five years. Through Team Depot, the company’s associate-led volunteer program, thousands of Home Depot associates volunteer their time and talents to positively transform neighborhoods and perform basic repairs and modifications to homes and facilities serving veterans with critical housing needs. Since its formation in 2002, The Home Depot Foundation has granted more than $340 million to nonprofit organizations improving homes and lives in local communities. To learn more and see our associates in action, visit www.homedepotfoundation.org.
About HELP of Southern Nevada
HELP of Southern Nevada operates nine departments, consists of 97 employees and serves more than 103,000 unduplicated clients each year. The services HELP provides assist low-income families, homeless teens and adults among other individuals, to become more self-sufficient through direct services, trainings and referrals. Programs available include Shannon West Homeless Youth Center, Emergency Resources, Weatherization, Community Alternative Sentencing, Work Opportunities Readiness Center, Holiday Assistance, Nevada 2-1-1 and Homeless Outreach. For more information, call HELP of Southern Nevada at 702-369-4357 or visit www.helpsonv.org.
Good360 was created in 1983 to help companies efficiently donate slow-moving, obsolete and seasonal inventory to charitable organizations. These products are new and include nonperishables such as apparel, books, toys, personal care products, office and school supplies, computers and much more. Today, the nonprofit leader in product philanthropy distributes goods to a network of more than 37,000 prequalified charities, schools and libraries on behalf of America’s top brands. Good360 has been recognized by both the Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy and Forbes for its excellence and efficiency, respectively, in helping companies do well by doing good.