Organization posed to become one of HFOT’s biggest contributors
October 10, 2016
Through this partnership, HARDI is poised to become one of the biggest contributors to HFOT, a Massachusetts-based organization that provides mortgage-free, specially adapted homes nationwide to severely injured veterans post-9/11.
Homes for our Troops will receive donations from tool company
September 12, 2016
This Midwest Tool charitable gift campaign continues until Veteran’s Day, Nov. 11. The limited edition commemorative laser markings and packaging distinguishes the campaign snips from standard ones made by Midwest Tool. All are proudly made in the USA.
The three-year agreement will see HARDI support HFOT through 100 builds
September 1, 2016
Heating, Air-conditioning & Refrigeration Distributors International (HARDI) has entered into an agreement with Homes for Our Troops (HFOT) that will make it one of the biggest contributors to HFOT, an organization that provides mortgage-free, specially-adapted homes nationwide to severely injured veterans.
Homes for Our Troops builds specially adapted, mortgage-free homes for injured post-9/11 veterans
February 15, 2016
Throughout the year, HARDI members supported HALO through various fundraisers, such as scratch-and-dent sales, golf tournaments, potlucks, and bake sales. One company even created a contractor program that donated a portion of proceeds from installed thermostats. Additionally, HALO raised more than $19,000 through more than 55 items contributed to the annual silent auction.
Homes for Our Troops Builds Specially Adapted Homes for Severely Injured Veterans
January 7, 2015
White-Rodgers, a business of Emerson Climate Technologies Inc., has announced a $2,000 donation to Homes for Our Troops. Ron Miles, vice president of aftermarket sales, White-Rodgers, selected the organization to receive the Emerson Charitable Trust contribution.
Aireco Supply Inc. donated a complete Frigidaire high-efficiency, Energy Star-rated HVAC system accompanied by an Arzel Zoning System to help in the construction of a specially adapted home for Staff Sgt. Kelly Keck in Havre de Grace, Md.