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At Window World of DC, Owner, Greg Deathridge and his team believe their work goes much further than providing exterior solutions. Much of their story is linked to their involvement in the community through affiliation with non-profit charities. Throughout the years, the Window World family has multiplied, becoming America’s largest window replacement company—and as the business continued to grow, so did the desire to share their success with those in need. Learn more about the difference Greg Deathridge and the Window World franchises are making below!
Window World Cares
Founded in 2008, the Window World Cares philanthropic initiative is dedicated to fundraising community outreach programs. Over the years, Window World of DC has raised millions of dollars and has helped spread the word about a wide variety of deserving causes. Window World has been recognized by St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital as the “New Corporate Partner of the Year” in 2010 and continues to live up to that honor each and every year.
St. Judes Children’s Research Hospital
In 2008, Window World became a partner of St. Jude’s Children Research Hospital, one of the world’s leading research and treatment centers for childhood diseases. Throughout the years, Window World has supported the St. Jude mission through promoted walks/runs to end childhood cancer, customer donations, and year-round fundraising events including employee donations raising over $9.75 million.
Veterans Airlift Command
The entire Window World family including Greg Deathridge and his team proudly supports the Veterans Airlift Command in providing air transportation to wounded warriors and their families for medical purposes. Window World has flown over 55 missions since the partnership began. With a number of veterans in the Window World family, it means a lot to each franchise to have the opportunity to say “thank you” by giving back.
It’s no secret that Window World takes servicing the community seriously. They believe raising financial support for organizations inspires them to be better people. “I’m happy where we are. We’ve built a good company, and we help a lot of people. What would make me happier?” says Deathridge. To learn more about Window World’s work in the community, visit https://www.windowworlddc.com/about/recognition/.