Rebuilding Together with Pfister

March 27, 2012

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Pfister for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

April is National Rebuilding Month and for each new “Like” on the Pfister Facebook page Pfister will donate $1.00 in materials for use in Rebuilding Together's reconstruction projects (up to $20,000). To trigger Pfister's donation by either provide your email address and zip code and opt-in OR click on the "like" button on the landing page to participate.

As the economic pressure on low-income families grows, more and more families are placed in the position of choosing between vital necessities and essential home repairs and modifications. In many cases, those repairs may include the need for new kitchen and bath faucets that provide access to safe running water.

Rebuilding Together is a national nonprofit organization providing critical home repairs, modifications, and improvements for America's low-income homeowners. Rebuilding Together rebuilds the homes and lives of the nation's most vulnerable homeowners and families at no cost to those served.

Rebuilding Together started over 30 years ago, with an act of grassroots activism and community engagement in Midland, Texas. Collectively, they have completed work on more than 100,000 homes across the nation! With the help of 3.4 million volunteers, Rebuilding Together has delivered over $1.3 billion in market value since it founding!

For nearly 100 years, Pfister has been a leader in the plumbing field, offering a wide variety of innovative, first to market plumbing fixtures and many additional products that have helped define the industry.

Those who are already fans of Pfister on Facebook or do not participate in social media can still contribute to the cause by either making a monetary donation to the Friends of Pfister campaign site OR signing-up for the Friends of Pfister campaign e-newsletter, which will provide tips on how to become involved in one’s own local community.

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