Community Involvement

SP Floors Gives Back

Blueprints Christmas 2018 ADOPT-A -FAMILY

Thank you to our SP Floors Family for giving so generously to our Blueprints Christmas 2018 Adopt-A-Family through serving Southwestern Pennsylvania.  Because of people like you, 494 children from 202 families had a holiday season this year they would not otherwise have had.  176 individuals and businesses/organizations/groups pulled together to make Blueprints Christmas 2018 magical for our families in economic transition.

Blueprints is dedicated to helping those who struggle in our community to break barriers and build futures. Myblueprints.org

Blueprints and businesses like SP Floors are dedicated to improving our community.

WASHINGTON CITY MISSION Hope for the Homeless

SP Floors & Design Center supports another great cause…

Washington City Mission

The City Mission offers two branches of service- Compassionate Care and our Life Recovery Program. Compassionate Care reaches out to those most in need by offering basic services such as meals, shelter, and medical care. The Life Recovery Program assists men, women, and children who are in crisis and looking for life transformation. Our philosophy is to meet people where they are and to lead them towards their God given purpose.https://www.citymission.org/

ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION Disease Research

Funding research is our only hope for a cure…

Giving to the Alzheimer’s Association is very near and dear to Stacey Pape and her family.   This donation will go to Alzheimer’s Disease Research dedicated to Audrey Pape. Look for events held with SP Floors in 2019 to help raise awareness and fundraising efforts for Alzheimer’s Association.

Did you know:

  • Almost two-thirds of Americans with Alzheimer’s disease are women.
  • It’s the only cause of death in the top 10 in America that cannot be prevented, cured or slowed.
  • In the United States, someone develops Alzheimer’s every 65 seconds.
  • More than 5 million Americans are living with the disease.
  • There are an estimated 16 million caregivers of people living with Alzheimer’s and other dementias in the United States.