Union, NJ – Bed Bath & Beyond announced a partnership to provide no-cost home repairs and essential household items to people in need.
The company has partnered with Rebuilding Together, which works with community leaders, long-term residents, funders and volunteers to create safe, healthy communities across the country. The first project kicked off today in Ringwood, NJ with associates from local Bed Bath & Beyond, buybuy Baby and Harmon Face Values stores as well as from corporate headquarters volunteering in support of several local homeowners.
Along with providing home repairs to improve safety, increase accessibility and help people remain in their homes, Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. is donating household items including kitchen and dining ware, bedding, bathroom towels, home décor and wellness items.
“We believe now more than ever that creating a sense of home is critical for the well-being of both individuals and the communities we serve,” said Mark Tritton, president and CEO of Bed Bath & Beyond Inc.
The company will support more than 25 projects nationwide this year. Projects volunteers will be locally based associates from the company’s Bed Bath & Beyond, buybuy Baby, Harmon Face Values and Decorist retail banners.
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