In 2014, more than 1,400 Sherwin-Williams stores completed 150 community projects around the U.S. and Canada. Employees selected projects to beautify valued community spaces and give back to deserving local organizations with a fresh coat of paint.
For National Painting Week 2015, Sherwin-Williams employees across the U.S. and Canada will dedicate their time, effort and Sherwin-Williams products to refresh non-profits, churches, schools and other deserving organizations that help make a difference. From Alaska to Florida, we’ll be picking up paint brushes to refresh local community hubs both inside and out. This year, Sherwin-Williams is proud to partner with the local affiliates of the Boys & Girls Club of America and Canada. Many local Sherwin-Williams stores and districts have teamed up with more than 100 clubs across North America for a worthwhile painting project that will help beautify the space where young people most in need start on the path to a bright future.