DALLAS – Builders FirstSource announced that it had raised more than $ 1 million for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society in 2021. The company also announced that it has pledged to contribute more than $ 1 million to certain charitable organizations. nonprofit focused on emergency relief, disaster assistance and service to veterans. and their families.
Builders FirstSource’s contribution to LLS contributes to the organization’s mission to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease and myeloma and to improve the quality of life for patients and their families. The company is proud to support LLS for 15 years, raising over $ 5.6 million for the organization.
“We are very grateful for LLS’s efforts to cure blood cancer and the comfort the organization provides to families during very difficult times, and we are honored to support their cause,” said Dave Flitman, President and CEO of the management of Builders FirstSource. âMany of our own team members and their families have been touched by blood cancer, and LLS is an organization that they and our industry partners and communities have championed over the years for meaningful work. that she accomplishes. We look forward to the day when cancer stops disrupting families completely and believe that LLS will play a vital role in the search for a cure. “
In addition to its partnership with LLS, Builders FirstSource, the top-ranked company on the LBM Journal 100 list, has committed over $ 1 million to support various charities. These include:
- American Red Cross, which shelters, feeds and comforts disaster victims, distributes international humanitarian aid and supports veterans, military personnel and their families.
- BFS cares, the Company’s non-profit entity to support team members in the face of natural disasters.
- Tunnel to the Towers Foundation, which supports first responders, veterans and their families by providing mortgage-free homes for these heroes and the families they leave behind.
- Southern ground camp, which supports veterans in addition to providing extraordinary camp experiences for children, especially those with neurodevelopmental differences and from military families and underserved communities.