This GivingTuesday, Give Back with Coverings!

ATL Habitat for Humanity

The holiday season is in full swing, and it can be easy to get wrapped up in the excitement of gift-giving, holiday parties, and adrenaline-pumping sales. However, after celebrating Thanksgiving, Black Friday, and Cyber Monday, it’s essential to take time to give back. That’s where GivingTuesday comes in. 

GivingTuesday, this Tuesday, November 28, is a global day of giving that encourages people to donate to charitable causes and organizations. The concept behind the day is simple: give to those in need, and by donating time, money, or resources, you can contribute to making the world a better place. GivingTuesday beautifully reminds us of the importance of kindness and empathy by encouraging giving.

Coverings Cares and You

You can join GivingTuesday this year when you register for Coverings 2024. For the first time, Coverings is contributing $50,000 to support deserving organizations through our new Coverings Cares program.

When you claim your complimentary registration and attend the event, Coverings will donate $10 on your behalf to one of six organizations of your choice. You can even match or exceed the donated amount and amplify your impact!

Ready to give? Take a moment to learn about the organizations you can support this GivingTuesday when you register for Coverings 2024. 

Atlanta Community Food Bank

The Atlanta Community Food Bank’s mission is to fight hunger through community engagement, education, and empowerment. Their work with over 700 community-based partners has allowed them to distribute over 100 million meals to their neighbors struggling with food insecurity in metro Atlanta and north Georgia.

Did You Know?
Every dollar donated to the Atlanta Community Food Bank can provide enough food for up to 3 meals.

Atlanta Habitat for Humanity

For 40 years, Atlanta Habitat for Humanity has helped more than 6,000 household members achieve the dream of affordable homeownership. Their first-time homebuyer program, critical home repair, financial coaching program, and more support their vision for a vibrant Atlanta where all have access to safe and affordable housing.

Did You Know?
In 2022, 1,500 tons of materials were diverted from landfills to be used in Atlanta Habitat for Humanity home builds.

Ceramic Tile Education Foundation (CTEF)

Created in 1996, CTEF is an educational institution that offers accessible training programs for installers, construction professionals, architects, designers, and sales associates interested in the sale and installation of ceramic tile. As the foremost provider of installer certification programs, CTEF offers local, regional, and national programs and is trusted by both industry and consumers alike.

Did You Know?
CTEF’s 9,000-square-foot training center was designed to meet the growing demand for ceramic tile and hands-on installation courses.

Growing out of the first Earth Day in 1970, EARTHDAY.ORG is the world’s largest recruiter to the environmental movement, working with 150,000+ partners in 192+ countries to drive positive action for our planet. This global event inspires us to adopt sustainable practices daily, such as reducing single-use plastics, conserving water, or using green materials like ceramic tile! Earth Day reminds us that even the smallest changes can make a big impact.

Did You Know?
The opening day of Coverings 2024 is on Earth Day, Monday, April 22!

Gary Sinise Foundation

The Gary Sinise Foundation serves America’s defenders, veterans, first responders, their families, and those in need. Their unique programs provide various types of support, including specially adapted homes for wounded heroes, resiliency support, community education, and first responders outreach. These programs are designed to entertain, educate, inspire, strengthen, and build communities for these heroes.

Did You Know?
To date, the Gary Sinise Foundation has modified or retrofitted 117 homes for defenders in need.

Tile Heritage Foundation

Founded in 1987, the Tile Heritage Foundation promotes awareness and appreciation of ceramic surfaces in the United States. In addition to educating the public about the rich history of tile, it also serves as a significant voice for preserving existing installations of rare and unusual ceramic surfaces. The Foundation believes safekeeping ceramic surfaces today is integral to preserving history for future generations.

Did You Know?
Ceramic tiles are one of the oldest forms of surfacing.

This GivingTuesday, join a global generosity movement where acts of kindness, charity, and philanthropy take center stage. When you give back, don’t forget to spread the word on social media using the hashtag #GivingTuesday. You can also encourage your friends and family to join in the spirit of giving and making a difference this holiday season.

Let’s make a difference together—claim your complimentary registration and give back this GivingTuesday!