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Partnership with Andersen grows

​Window and door manufacturer has donated windows to Hope Lodge

In just 15 months of partnering with ACS, Andersen Corporation and Renewal by Andersen have raised $604,000 for the American Cancer Society, as well as provided tens of thousands of dollars of in-kind donations.

Since 2018, Minnesota-based Renewal by Andersen has been a committed partner. In that first year, Renewal by Andersen mobilized its network and kicked off its “Wear Pink, Save Lives” campaign. They set a goal of raising $150,000 during the month of October for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Thanks to the dedication of all of their locations across the country, they blew that goal out of the water, raising more than $207,000 in just a few short weeks. 

In 2019, Renewal by Andersen announced it would help the American Cancer Society fight for a world without cancer all year round. Its 2019, its "Wear Pink. Save Lives.” campaign raised $241,750, and the company installed 114 new windows at our Hope Lodge in Kansas City, MO, saving us more than $100,000 in product and labor.

Renewal by Andersen’s partnership expanded to its parent company, Andersen Corporation, when American Cancer Society became a featured charity for its employee giving campaign. That raised $155,063 in October 2019.

Watch Renewal by Andersen General Manager David Meade, a cancer survivor, explain why the company is proud to support ACS. The video also features Dave Bension, EVP, North Region.

This year, Renewal by Andersen will be donating and installing new windows at our AstraZeneca Hope Lodge Center in Boston.

For questions about these partnerships, please contact Keely Couillard and Casie Kamph.

Andersen Corporation and its affiliates make up the largest window and door manufacturer in North America.

TOP PHOTO: Pictured from left, Cindy Makel, Amy Haynes, Christi Erickson, Mike Noble, Suzanne Swanson, Keely Couillard, and Ashley Berndt, all ACS staffers; Anthony Carrino, HGTV influencer; Matt Martinek, ACS; David Reber, general manager Kansas City Renewal by Andersen; Adam May, communications manager, Renewal by Andersen; Danica Cherry, ACS; and two Renewal by Andersen installers.

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