PISCATAWAY, N.J. (December 3, 2014) ― American Standard Brands announced it has donated more than 685 plumbing fixtures to the Fuller Center for Housing, with support from the North American Retail Hardware Association (NRHA).
The iconic plumbing products manufacturer provided top-rated toilets, faucets, showerheads and accessories to help furnish up to 150 new and rehabilitated homes developed by Fuller Center in Kentucky, Indiana and Illinois.
“American Standard is proud to support The Fuller Center for Housing’s mission of making homeownership a reality,” said Jay Gould, president and CEO of American Standard.
The Fuller Center for Housing is a global non-profit that builds and repairs homes for families and individuals in need.
"The Fuller Center relies on the generosity of many to do our work, and we are very grateful to count American Standard as a friend and partner,” explained Fuller Center President David Snell. “American Standard’s product donations will serve our covenant partners well — every decent home needs a decent bathroom! We appreciate all of our corporate partners and volunteers for helping us achieve our mission of moving worthy families into worthy homes.
ABOUT AMERICAN STANDARD BRANDS
American Standard Brands make life healthier, safer and more beautiful at home, at work, in the community and throughout the world. Offering total project solutions for residential and commercial customers around the world with respected brands such as American Standard®, DXV™, Safety Tubs®, Crane Plumbing®, Eljer®, Fiat® and Decorative Panels International®. American Standard Brands is owned by Lixil Corporation(TSE Code 5938), a global building products company. Learn more at www.americanstandard.com, or follow us at twitter.com/AmStandard,https://www.facebook.com/AmericanStandardPlumbing.
ABOUT THE FULLER CENTER
The Fuller Center for Housing is an international, Christian nonprofit that builds and renovates houses in partnership with families in need. Homeowners work hand-in-hand with volunteers to build or renovate their homes, which they then pay for on terms they can afford, with no interest charged or profit made. This is charity with dignity and a building program that creates decent homes, restores neighborhoods and revitalizes communities. For more information, visit fullercenter.org.