LEVOLOR Donates $1M in Cordless Window Blinds to Habitat for Humanity Homeowners

Staff Report From Georgia CEO

Thursday, March 28th, 2019

LEVOLOR, a supplier of window coverings in North America, and Habitat for Humanity announced its partnership and the company’s donation of cordless blinds and shades valued at $1 million to Habitat homeowners across the country.

“At the end of a busy day, it’s a comfort to have window coverings to close out the world’s hustle and bustle to relax and rest. It’s also a joy to open them the next day to greet it again and see the beauty that lies behind,” said Christian Leard, LEVOLOR president. “We’re excited to partner with Habitat so homeowners can feel safe and secure inside their homes, and see all life has to offer inside and out.”

As a part of the partnership, Habitat is kicking off its “I See” social media initiative encouraging Habitat homeowners to share photos of what they see outside their LEVOLOR blinds and shades throughout the seasons. From trees blossoming to gardens growing and children playing, every home has their unique view to the world behind their window coverings.

“Habitat for Humanity is thrilled to partner with LEVOLOR and grateful for their generous donation of cordless window coverings,” said Julie Davis, vice president of Corporate and Foundation Relations, Habitat for Humanity. “With their support, Habitat homeowners can have a sense of safety and security as they lay their heads down at night, and a sense of optimism as they wake the following morning to a brand-new day full of opportunities.”

Local Habitat organization across the U.S. will be able to choose from both LEVOLOR cellular shades for energy efficiency and metal blinds for durability, two key factors in how Habitat builds decent and affordable homes.