Cascade Donates Windows for September Build

July 29, 2010

Cascade Windows donated 68 vinyl windows to the internationally recognized Millard Fuller Center for Housing for its 2010 Legacy Build honoring the founder of Habitat for Humanity International. Valued at approximately $10,000, the windows will be used in 10 homes in Indianapolis.

“We are extremely grateful to Cascade Windows and their employees for their generous donation,” says Glen Barton, Fuller Center for Housing's VP of U.S. field operations. “Without the donations like that of Cascade Windows, we would not be able to provide housing for those in desperate need.”

Starting with only an empty plot of land, about 600 volunteers from around the country will participate in constructing 10 homes in Indianapolis in just five days this coming September.

“It is our extreme pleasure to be a part of this significant housing project,” says Randy Emerson, president of Spokane, Wash.-based Cascade Windows. “It is our hope that this donation will not only support the Legacy Build and the Fuller Center for Housing mission, but also serve as an example to other individuals and companies to actively support non-profits like the Fuller Center for Housing.”