Rivers’ Edge Countertops to donate 3% of sales to Norman Food and Shelter through Dec. 25.
Rivers’ Edge Countertops announced a partnership with Norman Food and Shelter in raising funds for campus expansion. From now until Christmas, Rivers’ Edge Countertops will be donating 3% of its total sales to the organization. The campus expansion will provide an additional 2,500 square feet for 32 housing units, providing shelter to families and single individuals living on the streets.
Norman Food and Shelter provides short, long-term and supportive housing for the homeless. The organization owns and operates a transitional housing program where families with children can live for up to two years with the care and support of a case manager. Norman Food and Shelter serves 250 meals per day on average and in 2015, provided over 100,000 meals to those in need.
“I’m passionate about instilling a culture of giving back,” shared Jeremiah Rivers, CEO of Rivers’ Edge Countertops. “We choose two non-profits each holiday season to donate sales to, and partner with a third for the entire year. Our employees also have the option to donate a dollar amount from their paychecks. We love giving back — it’s that simple.”
Shopping at Rivers’ Edge Countertops during the holiday season allows customers the opportunity to contribute to a number of great causes. The company, known for its customer service, hopes to be equally recognized for its heart for the community.
About Rivers’ Edge Countertops
Rivers’ Edge is an award-winning countertop company, offering a unique experience to customers through its selection, fabrication, and installation process. Traveling around the world, finding the rarest, most desired, and highest quality of natural stone is the Rivers’ Edge standard. From hand selection to installation, Rivers’ Edge is there every step of the way.
About Norman Food and Shelter
For over 30 years, Norman Food and Shelter has been feeding women, men and children who are hungry and housing families in crisis. Food and shelter are core components of our services and something we believe to be basic human rights of every individual in our community. We serve the most indigent residents of our community many of which live on little to no income.