Pratt Industries Helps Veterans in Need Through The Home Depot Foundation
For years, Pratt Industries has supported The Home Depot Foundation as a participant in their Supplier Advisory Board. Pratt is also one of the top donors each year to assist in their efforts to help a number of non-profit organizations around the country, focused on veterans.
This year, partner donations have helped to contribute to:
- Improvements to almost 7,000 veteran facilities including the Salvation Army Bell Shelter which is home to dozens of veterans. The campus underwent a big restoration with help from volunteers.
- Support for senior veterans like WWII veteran Anthony Erosky who received a huge birthday surprise thanks to Team Depot.
- Immediate disaster response to the more than more than 40,000 homes that were impacted by recent Louisiana flooding. Homeowners like Mr. Jones, an Army Veteran who’s home was filled with 8 feet of water in the flooding were helped to recover precious family photos and other belongings.
- New opportunities to combat-wounded veterans including a new home for Todd Love, a third-generation U.S. Marine who lost his legs and left arm while serving in Afghanistan.
100% of partner donations go directly to nonprofit organizations that are carefully curated by The Home Depot Foundation leadership. Pratt Industries is proud to be a part of such an incredible organization that is giving back in so many ways. Find out more about The Home Depot Foundation and the programs it supports by visiting their website.
About The Home Depot Foundation
The Home Depot Foundation and Team Depot, our 385,000-strong army of associate volunteers, works to improve the homes and lives of U.S. military veterans and their families and aid communities affected by natural disasters. Through Team Depot, thousands of associates dedicate time and talents to these efforts in the communities where they live and work. See how we’re making a difference.