Flooring Resources has been a long supporter of this organization. Any Wheeling Township resident in need of food due to financial crisis, or who are in the process of applying for DHS Food Stamps, may use the food pantry. No one asking for food is ever turned away. This year the Wheeling Township Food Pantry has teamed up with the Greater Chicago Food Depository. This allows your financial donations to go farther as their food purchasing power is increased with this partnership.
Food donations are always appreciated, but we hope this year you will consider supporting them with a financial gift.
American Red Cross
When Hurricane Sandy slammed into the eastern seaboard of the United States, the results were catastrophic. The American Red Cross responded and is still on the ground today helping those affected. They are also providing food, water and emotional support for the community of Newtown, Conn. at the request of local authorities following the tragic school shooting on Friday.
Flooring Resources will be sending a donation to the Red Cross to benefit those victims as well as any others who are in need of their disaster relief services in the US and worldwide.
The American Red Cross shelters, feeds and provides emotional support to victims of disasters; supplies about 40 percent of the nation's blood; teaches skills that save lives; provides international humanitarian aid; and supports military members and their families. The Red Cross is a not-for-profit organization that depends on volunteers and the generosity of the American public to perform its mission.
Rebuilding Together Project
This past Saturday Clune employees participated in Rebuilding Together at the home of Ms. King located in Englewood. The group participated in projects as deck installation, kitchen tile and counter top replacement, painting, appliance and fix...tile removal/installation, clutter removal and landscaping. The King family was astonished at the work done and how wonderful Clune Construction is for lending their help.
Thank you to the same dedicated group of volunteers who lend their time year after year to this wonderful event and to the newer employees who joined in the effort. (AJ Ruthenbeck, Matt Delehanty, Bob Kedzorski, Paul Cleary, House Captain Peter O’Toole, Dan Hartman, Adam Wojack, Dan Nielson, Abby Cihak, Jessica Latta, Jen Lorenzin, Jim Bardoczi and Ray Ruberte)
Special thanks to those subcontractors who helped with materials, time and effort. (ABT, Ascher Brothers, Cassidy Brothers, Flooring Resources, Great Lakes and Parenti)
Wounded Warrior Project
Being a veteran himself, Keith Krueger is interested in serving the needs of the military community that protects this country. These individuals give their lives to protect ours.