Pella to Award One Organization with $50K through Hope at Work Contest
Pella Corp. and The Rolscreen Foundation are awarding one organization with $50,000 through the Hope at Work contest, part of the company’s #BuildingHope campaign, which highlights the ways people are connecting with each other and giving back to their communities while physical connection remains a challenge. Organizations were nominated by Pella branches across the U.S., with finalists selected by leaders from across the company.
“Building hope takes a vision, hard work and all of us. Our team members have been producing face shields for frontline healthcare workers with the company’s 3D printing capabilities in Pella, Shenandoah and Sioux Center, Iowa. We know firsthand that when we do our part, we can create a better tomorrow. We want to recognize organizations that are doing the same,” says Nicolle Picray, public relations and brand communications manager, Pella.
Pella is asking the public to vote for one of 26 organizations that best demonstrates going above and beyond. After the public voting closes, the organization with the most votes will receive the $50,000 award. Voting is open now at pella.com/buildinghope and closes Aug. 24. All voters will be required to enter their email addresses and can vote one time per day during the voting timeframe.