Nolan Painting managed a charity project at Overbrook Elementary School. Thanks to the fundraising and managing efforts of Nolan Painting, $2,500 worth of supplies, trucks, ladders, equipment and labor have been donated to make an old classroom into a library. Additionally, Nolan Painting enlisted the help of Sherwin-Williams — a paint and coating manufacturing company — to donate paint and the Kiwanis Club of the Main Line — a nonprofit organization — whose members volunteered to assist Nolan’s team with painting the new library and helping to move furniture.
WHO IT BENEFITS:
Overbrook Elementary School, which did not have an active library, will have an old classroom transformed into a working library.
WHEN & WHERE:
Monday, January 20th, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, from 9AM – 2PM at Overbrook Elementary School, which is located at 2032 North 62nd St., Philadelphia, PA.
Every year on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Nolan Painting donates its time and labor to helping an organization or school improve its environment and surroundings. This charitable effort is part of Nolan Painting’s Nolan in the Neighborhood community outreach program. The program is focused on improving the community, including in the area of education.