⋅A housing build in Tampa, Fla. for U.S. Army Chief Warrant Officer 3 Romulo Camargo. US LBM’s Rosen Materials contributed discounted drywall to the project.
⋅A house built in San Antonio, Texas for wounded U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Jason Tabansky. US LBM’s Parker’s Building Supply has provided discounted building materials, including lumber.
Additionally, two R.I.S.E. projects the US LBM Foundation contributed to in 2020 completed earlier this year:
⋅A housing build in Miramar, Fla. for wounded U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Brian Schiefer, where three of the company's local operating divisions, BSA, Raymond Building Supply and Rosen Materials, teamed up to provide discounted housing materials, including windows, skylights, doors, stucco, drywall and more.
⋅A house built in Houston for wounded U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Jay Fondren. US LBM's Parker's Building Supply supplied discounted building materials, including drywall, lumber, hardware and more.
In the last two years, the US LBM Foundation has donated more than $175,000 to multiple veteran organizations that provide housing to wounded veterans.
“Our veterans and their families have sacrificed so much for our country," said Gibson. “This Veterans Day, and every day, we say a heartfelt 'thank you' to everyone who has served."
Since its inception in 2013, the US LBM Foundation has provided more than $1 million to support organizations that honor veterans and their families, provide housing for those in need, support the development and health of children, aid victims of natural disasters and promote the prevention and treatment of diseases.
The US LBM Foundation is registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life in communities across the United States. The Foundation was established in 2013 by US LBM, a leader in the building materials industry, to help fulfill the company's mission of giving back in the communities where it operates. The US LBM Foundation supports causes and organizations through financial and in-kind donations that address critical community challenges, including economic development, housing, health care and human services. For more information, visit uslbmfoundation.org.