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In Our Communities
For over a century, our vision has been to make the world a better place by living up to the promise that everyone benefits from their association with Andersen. This promise includes the communities where we live and work. We are proud to give back to our communities, and to inspire possibility by empowering people and communities to achieve their full potential.
Corporate Community Involvement
Andersen is committed to corporate citizenship and helping those in need. We give back to our communities through philanthropic contributions, donation of product, and volunteerism.
Andersen partners with nonprofits addressing housing, education, and basic needs in the communities where our employees live and work. Andersen corporate giving is currently by invitation only.
Andersen donates windows and doors to nonprofits focused on affordable and accessible housing projects in the communities where our employees live and work.
Andersen employees give back to their neighbors and communities by volunteering their time and skills to the causes important to them. Volunteerism efforts have included homebuilding projects, environmental restoration efforts, youth education and enrichment activities, food shelf support and food packing events, blood drives, and service on nonprofit boards of directors, among others. Andersen supports employee volunteerism by matching employee hours of service with monetary donations to eligible nonprofit organizations.
Andersen® Corporate Foundation
The Andersen Corporate Foundation was established in 1941 with the mission to improve lives and strengthen communities where Andersen employees live and work. Since then, the Foundation has donated more than $60 million.
The Andersen Corporate Foundation supports nonprofit organizations working in the following areas: housing, healthcare, hunger relief, and education.
The Andersen Corporate Foundation provides funding in the following communities: Headquarters (Twin Cities metro area and St. Croix Valley including eastern Minnesota and western Wisconsin); Des Moines, IA; Detroit, MI; Dubuque, IA; Garland, TX; Goodyear, AZ; Luray, VA; Menomonie, WI.
Board of Directors
Karen Richard, President
Eliza Chlebeck, Vice President & Secretary
Chris Galvin, Treasurer
Jay Lund, Director
Phil Donaldson, Director
Jeanne Junker, Director