Many of our readers have created their own Paint it Forward programs. Josh and his team at Allbright Painting is a great example. Another is Neubert Painting, they have been serving their community for years.
Hats off to these and other businesses who have the resources (time, money and staff) to undertake this level of service project. For many contractors though, this is just not feasible. Thanks to Sherwin-Williams, there is an option. Contractors can contact their local store and get involved in a local community project.
For National Painting Week 2015, Sherwin-Williams employees across the U.S. and Canada will dedicate their time, effort and Sherwin-Williams products to refresh non-profits, churches, schools and other deserving organizations that help make a difference. From Alaska to Florida, we’ll be picking up paint brushes to refresh local community hubs both inside and out. This year, Sherwin-Williams is proud to partner with the local affiliates of the Boys & Girls Club of America and Canada. Many local Sherwin-Williams stores and districts have teamed up with more than 100 clubs across North America for a worthwhile painting project that will help beautify the space where young people most in need start on the path to a bright future.