Unsung heroes come in all forms, whether it’s a fire fighter, a teacher, or a janitor who goes above and beyond. We have teamed up with WVLT Channel 8 in Knoxville to award one person every month with $500 for making it better in their community.
Latisha Boyd suffers from cancer and cerebral palsy. She was having trouble getting in and out of her bath tub. Latisha touched our hearts and were able to gift her a new shower with grab bars and a seat. She can now take a shower safely by herself. Latisha has such an incredible story the we want to share with you.
Each year around Veteran’s Day, Hullco honors a local Veteran though our program called Shower for a Soldier. Army Veteran Calvin Gilmer was struggling to get in and out of his tub, so we converted his tub to a new walk-in shower with grab bars and a built-in seat.
Donate Life Night
Hullco was honored to be a part of Donate Life Night at the UT Volunteers Basketball game to bring awareness to organ donation. Did you know that one organ donor can save 8 lives? Become an organ donor today.
In 2018 The Hullco Heritage Foundation had the great honor of giving back to six local charities; The Pat Summitt Foundation, The Hunter Worley Foundation, The Jason Foundation, The Believe Campaign, Restore Place, and the Rachel Gamble Memorial Fund.. The 7th Annual Hullco Heritage Golf Tournament was a huge success raising $70,000.
Since 1995, Chattanooga Junior Golfer’s have been introducing youngsters to golf and helping them achieve their goals. Their goal is to help children develop into adults with values and skills needed to live joyful lives and contribute to their communities.
In 2012 The Hullco Heritage Foundation was created so that the Hullander Family, along with their Hullco Exteriors Family, could give back to the community. Supporting and giving to locally based charities was a key goal in creating this foundation.Learn more about Hullco Heritage.
On Veteran’s Day, Hullco teamed up with nine home improvement companies from across the country on an initiative called Baths for the Brave. Hullco presented Sgt. Billy Bond from Chattanooga, Tennessee, with a brand-new tub free of charge to help improve his quality of life.
Hullco participated in the 1st Annual Corn Hole Tournament to benefit Siskin Children’s Institute. Siskin Children’s Institute works to improve the quality of life for children with special needs and their families.Learn More About Siskin Children's Institute.
In 2012 The Hullco Heritage Foundation was created so that the Hullander Family, along with their Hullco Exteriors Family, could give back to the community. Supporting and giving to locally based charities was a key goal in creating this foundation.
Hullco, in partnership with Sunrise Windows, donated the windows for Jason’s home. The windows were installed by a team of Hullco employees. This is the second Steps 2 Hope project in which Hullco has participated. Hullco also donated and installed windows for Team Andrew in 2014.Learn More About Steps 2 Hope
Tyner Academy | Tiny House Project
Hullco, was proud to help the student of Tyner Academy learn how to properly install siding on their tiny house project. Students walked away with skills that will help them in years to come. Hullco loves giving back to our local community.