Nashville, TN — Hickory Hardware, the Nashville, TN-based manufacturer of decorative and functional hardware, has donated cabinet and door hardware for the kitchen and bath, as well as all interior and exterior doors, for Nashville Area Habitat for Humanity homes, the company announced.
The hardware manufacturer donated hardware to 40 homes constructed in 2007, company officials said. Last year, Hickory Hardware also provided hardware for 10 homes in a building program for which corporate officials served as volunteers.
“Hickory Hardware has been extremely generous to donate the door locks and hardware for all the houses we are building in 2007,” said Nashville Area Habitat for Humanity CEO Chris McCarthy. “We are thankful for their support.”
“We are honored to be a part of this community project and to help Habitat for Humanity build new family homes in Nashville,” said John Pelka, v.p./marketing for Hickory Hardware.
Hickory Hardware manufactures decorative, functional and industrial hardware to the retail, wholesale distribution, and OEM furniture and cabinet manufacturing markets under the brand names Hickory Hardware, Belwith, Faultless Caster, Keeler Brass, Madico, Period Brass and Wright Products.