Continental Siding’s Charitable Partnership With Summit Park Church Featured on 41 Action News
When the country was struggling during the worst of the pandemic, Continental Siding made a partnership with Summit Park Church to try and make things a little better for the local community. This effort caught the attention of 41 Action News who ran a story on their local news broadcast about our efforts to try and make things better for local families. This charity we provided with Summit Park Church was to install necessity boxes outside of Hazel Grove Elementary and Meadow Lane Elementary.
The goal of this project was to serve the community by making it easy for those who need these essential items to easily go to these locations and pick what they need anonymously. While featured on 41 Action News, Continental Siding Owner Alec Cook stated that ”Hopefully by people seeing that we’re doing this, they can do more themselves if they’re allowed to. And, hopefully, everyone feels a little comfort knowing that when times get tough, people do step up and help out.” Our partnership was intended to help those who were struggling for the first time and didn’t know where to turn.
This charitable effort was just another effort to help the local community throughout the COVID-19 pandemic which Alec Cook and Continental Siding have made a priority. Alec has been quoted as saying that even if you don’t know how to help out, or what you can do on your own, simply reach out to your local non-profits because they need all of the help they can get and are doing great work to help rebuild the local area.