ENVISION SUPPORTS ABC’S EXTREME MAKEOVER: HOME EDITION
Camp Hill, PA , July 16, 2010: ENVISION SUPPORTS ABC’s EXTREME MAKEOVER: HOME EDITION
ENVISION is helping to make the dreams of children in the Baltimore area come true through ABC’s hit series Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.
ENVISION became a program sponsor after donating their print and graphic services to the television show. ENVISION provides comprehensive printing services including, design, direct mail and fulfillment services to a wide customer base throughout Southcentral Pennsylvania and the Mid-Atlantic region.
“The donation was part of our ‘ENVISION Gives Back’ initiative,” Brian Hess, President & CEO, Envision said. “We have a corporate responsibility to make our communities where we do business a better place to live and work, whether in Pennsylvania, Maryland or New Jersey.”
Hess said a local agency contacted his office and told him the print project needed immediate turnaround, and was pleased when the job was delivered a few hours later.
The prime time, inspirational home makeover show, which gives deserving individuals with a compelling story a complete home renovation, is working this week on a Baltimore-area home for the young women of Boys Hope Girls Hope, an organization designed to bring joy to young men and women from at-risk families.
Boys Hope Girls Hope was created with a vision to house young people in a supportive atmosphere and gives them an opportunity to continue their education away from the destructive environments they’d lived in previously. The young men, who had a home of their own, want to help build a home to provide the girls in their community the same opportunities to fulfill their promise and achieve their maximum potential.
“While we support many philanthropic endeavors,” Hess said, “we are happy to play a small part in helping to make the lives of these young people better.”
The home site is at 3817 Fleetwood, Baltimore. To learn more about the Baltimore build, visit http://extrememakeover.bhghbaltimore.org/.