We Care About You and Our Community
$1 Per Window Campaign
We're proud to continue our $1 Per Window Campaign by donating one dollar for every window we cover in 2022 to amazing local non-profits within our community. Thanks to our wonderful customers and dedicated team, we were able to donate over $35,000 in 2021. This year, we're excited to support World Relief Durham, Safe Families for Children, Hope Reins, and Ronald McDonald House Durham & Wake. You can read more about each of these organizations below.
Homes for Our Troops
Budget Blinds, in partnership with Springs Window Fashions, is proud to be the official window coverings supplier for Homes for Our Troops (HFOT), a national nonprofit organization whose mission is to build and donate specially adapted custom homes nationwide for severely injured post-9/11 Veterans to enable them to rebuild their lives. Through this partnership we provide custom window coverings and measuring and installation services in every home HFOT builds.
You can help make a difference by making a donation to this valuable cause.
Our 2022 Local Non-Profits
We're proud to support these local organizations within the Durham, Cary, and North Raleigh community through our $1 Per Window Campaign. Each quarter, we will donate one dollar for every window we cover in 2022 to these wonderful causes.
World Relief Durham
World Relief’s mission is to empower the local church to serve refugees and other immigrants in vulnerable situations. Since 2007, World Relief Durham has provided refugee resettlement and community integration services for over 2,000 refugees as an official U.S. refugee resettlement agency.
Safe Families for Children
Safe Families for Children is a volunteer driven movement that gives hope and support to families who need help in the greater Raleigh & Durham area. This organization is dedicated to family stabilization and child abuse prevention, and achieves a 95% family reunification rate through their programs.
Since 2010, Hope Reins has helped over 2,800 kids in life crisis from 16 eastern North Carolina counties through its faith-based equine mentorship program. The ranch boasts 38-acres of rolling hills, a herd of 17 rescued horses, and a 4,000 square foot log cabin. All services are offered at no charge to kids and their families.
Ronald McDonald House Durham & Wake
Built with love, the Ronald McDonald House of Durham and Wake offers a comforting “home-away-from-home” and a community of support for seriously ill children and their families. This organization provides more than 19,000 stays annually along with home-cooked meals to those in need.