TL at Home is launching two new community-oriented initiatives that represent a unique response to the COVID-19 pandemic: Love Letter, an online blog from company president Shari Kline; and NS Gratitude & Giving Back, a new annual charitable program that starts this month and will return every October.
GoodCook, a division of Bradshaw Home, continues its partnership with the Emeril Lagasse Foundation through its support of Emeril’s Culinary Garden & Teaching Kitchen. Established by the foundation, the program integrates culinary gardens and teaching kitchens in schools to create interactive learning environments centered on food.
Friedrich Air Conditioning Co. has donated a variety of AC products to the Roy Maas Youth Alternatives (RMYA) Turning Point Transitional Living, a nonprofit program that helps local at-risk young adults learn how to live productive, independent lives.
In honor of Hunger Action Month, Newell Brands’ Crockpot has made a donation to Feeding America to help provide as many as 250,000 meals to those who need it most.
Demdaco is supporting the charity Children’s Mercy Kansas City. Starting this month, the giftware manufacturer will donate a portion of proceeds from the sales of its signature Giving Bear to the local charity, which supports the health and well being of vulnerable children.
The Home Depot Foundation is increasing its disaster response commitment for 2020 to $4 million to further support community relief and long-term rebuilding efforts in the states impacted by Hurricane Laura.
Williams Sonoma is adding Kris Jenner, Hoda Kotb, Dolly Parton, Kristen Bell, Curtis Stone, Giada De Laurentiis, Ina Garten, Molly Yeh, Misha Collins and Gaby Dalkin to its celebrity kitchenware lineup in collaboration with No Kid Hungry by Share Our Strength.
Meyer Corp. and Ayesha Curry, who currently has a lifestyle collection with the company, will be donating more than 6,500 Ayesha-branded 10-inch skillets to Ayesha and Stephen Curry’s Eat. Learn. Play. Foundation.
WellnessMats and Smart Step Flooring have launched the “All In This Together Program,” a set of unique standing solutions that honors health care and frontline workers, and a community coming together to combat COVID.
Target said it has made a $10 million commitment in addition to ongoing resources to advance social justice and support rebuilding and recovery efforts in local communities.