The Broyhill Furniture store is sponsors several events and charities that benefit the deserving and needy. These include Veteran’s day charity, Hasek’s Heroes, funds for Temple of Christ Church, etc.
Broyhill Furniture store feels proud to partner along with local charities. If you wish to help any local charitable center which may benefit from Broyhill Furniture store’s help, you can contact them without any hesitation. Each Veteran’s Day, the Broyhill Furniture store says thank you to veterans by providing a choice of mattresses at cost for the veterans. It is their small way to thank the women and men that serve our country selflessly. On this day, they offer mattress at cost to the veterans. The cost is just good for veterans and only a proof of their military service needs to be furnished.
How Broyhill Furniture Store has helped the Needy?
Broyhill Furniture store is a gold sponsor for Backyard Classic. Backyard Classic happens to be a fundraising event annually held to raise funds for Hasek’s Heroes. The Hasek’s Heroes enables kids from moderate to low income families achieve their life goals. It offers a platform for educational support and athletic development. It gives them basic hockey and skating skills and, for kids with commitment and aptitude, an opportunity to take part in tiered hockey development programs. Broyhill Furniture store also helps The Temple of Christ Church Apostolic Faith.
The Temple of Christ Church has a thirty bed facility which is dedicated to shelter the neighbors that are in transition. Broyhill Furniture store helped by providing products at their “price for non-profit”. This is a substantial reduction, as well as savings for any non-profit organization. Broyhill Furniture store is also a proud sponsor of the Golf for Charleen Memorial Golf Tournament which is an annual charity event. This benefits the UNYTS or Upstate New York Transplant Services or the Mercy Hospital Stroke Center. This event was started in the memory of Charleen Grzybowski after she suffered a fatal brain aneurysm at the age of 49. She was a wife and mother of five children.
The Broyhill Furniture store also has a partnership with Catholic Charity of Buffalo. The Catholic Charities started its operations during the year 1980. Since then it has offered employment services as well as English as second language or ESL training to all the refugees settled within this area. This is regardless of any voluntary agency via which they come. Clients receive job referral and counseling, employability assessments, placement as well as follow-up service at zero cost. The Broyhill Furniture store also offer eight degrees of ESL instructions daily having a curriculum that is designed to cater to the requirements of the immigrant or refugee population and emphasizing employment and life skills.