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Heart & Home
Heart&Home pursuits included awarding a franchise business worth over $100,000 to a veteran. We partnered with Working Wardrobes to provide job training, placement and wardrobe services to give those in need the chance to take their place in the workforce. Home Franchise Concepts (HFC), parent company of Budget Blinds, has organized food and clothing drives, been involved with Wounded Warriors Canada and Homes for Our Troops.
Home 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.
We don't just support our local neighborhood and community, we also support some of the best partners out there.
Tailored Living featuring PremierGarage
Our sister brand, Tailored Living featuring PremierGarage provides custom cabinetry for your home and garage.
Lustgarten Foundation For Pancreatic Research
In April, 2013, my world was forever changed when my wife, Miriam Shigon, was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Knowing that she was BRCA1 positive, we did some prophylactic surgical procedures to try and thwart the disease. But having already spread into her lymphatic system and liver, an inoperable Stage 4 diagnosis led us to Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Known for their breadth of expertise, cutting edge research, and personalized patient care, Mir and I felt comfortable with MSKCC as our partner in her care. Initially, Miriam participated in a clinical trial for those afflicted with the BRCA1 genetic mutation. This trial and subsequent treatment kept her in pretty good health, considering. We traveled. We saw many friends and family. We lived as ‘normal’ a life as possible. Mir was relatively healthy for most of her 20 months with the disease. On February 1, 2015, God welcomed Miriam, with open arms.
The initial clinical trial which benefitted Miriam was funded by the Lustgarten Foundation for Pancreatic Research. Since her diagnosis, we have participated in fundraising efforts for Lustgarten, notably their walks to raise money for research and outreach. Miriam, being from Philadelphia, we walk in the Greater Philadelphia walk as well as the New York City event. As Miriam befriended all with whom she came into contact, we have always walked under the banner of "Miriam’s BFFs". 100% of all funds raised by Lustgarten are used towards research and outreach because they are funded by Cablevision. This commitment and the promising work of Lustgarten, make for a wonderful partnership.
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