MEET ATTORNEY DAVID ROBERTSON
Five years ago, Attorney David Robertson helped us prepare and file our Articles of Incorporation with the State for Global Paint for Charity, Inc. “This would be a perfect business concept to kill two birds with one stone……. The great thing about it is that you will protect the environment because each homeowner in the U.S. has at least 10 gallons of paint in their basement’said Mr. Robertson. Two years later, he made a donation of 15 gallons of paint (New can of paint, never been opened containers) that has been in his basement since he purchased his home in Snellville over two decades ago. Can You Believe It? Well, last year, 5 gallons of the paint was combined along with 80 gallons for a donation to Gwinnett Habitat ReStore for the Door to Homes and Hope initiatives which brings teachers, students and artists together to paint doors to support the Habitat mission and the arts in the community.
Unlike other donations that usually arrive via Habitat Restore truck, Global Paint team and Rony Delgarde personally took charge of the donation by volunteering their time and using their own resources to deliver the paint to Habitat Restore facility in Lawrenceville.
‘We will be able to generate funds to operate our store by selling a portion of the paint and keep 30 gallons for the Door to Homes and Hope projects,’ said the Habitat ReStore former Director Drew Meyer. “Global Paint and our store give the paint a “second life, making it a win-win situation for everyone and the environment. Without a doubt, we value our relationship with Global Paint for Charity and Rony’s team’ Said Mr. Meyer.
Haven’t heard of this story? Still being curious about it? Click on this link to watch this amazing video featured on WSB-TV/ABC/Channel 2- ‘People 2 People’ by Anchor and Director of Editorials Jocelyn Dorsey and Linda Stouffer. http://www.wsbtv.com/videos/news/p2p-global-paint-for-charity/vCBTbD/ Changing the World with Paint (Global Paint for Charity).
And this is just a small part of what we do as an organization; as a community; as a group. This is our heart, our corporate culture, our mission to give back; to change lives and protect the environment one gallon of paint at a time. Who is ready to join us …?
Show your support for Global Paint for Charity! Please visit our website and make a donation that helps recycle and provide paint for underprivileged people in our communities around the world.
You can go to the upper right corner on our website at www.globalpaints.org and use the button “Take Action’ then click on the Donate button. You can also donate through our mailing address, Global Paint for Charity/P.O. Box 48855, Atlanta, GA 30362. For PayPal and the mailing office, please include a note or memo letting us know what type of project you support. This will help us keep better track of the donations, so that we can let everyone know how close we are to reaching our goal.
If you would like to host a paint drive or paint project, please contact us by email at email@example.com or call our Team at 855-853-7772. Our volunteer team will work with you to find a paint project in the community. Together We Can Make a Difference and paint the world one gallon of paint at a time.
Thank you so much for your continued support.
Attorney David Robertson help us prepare and file our Articles of Incorporation with the State. Two years later, he made a donation of 15 gallons of paint (New paint, never been opened containers) that has been in his basement since he purchased his home in Snellville GA over two decades ago.The Founder Rony Delgarde delivered 80 gallons of paint to Habitat ReStore to support the Habitat for Humanity’s mission and the arts in the community.Students competed with other elementary and middle schools to design and decorate a door to raise awareness about the need for affordable housing and the meaning of “home’ in our community. Painted Doors Exhibition hosted by Habitat for Humanity in Gwinnett County.Local Artists, students, teachers and their parents were invited to a reception hosted by Habitat for Humanity at the Habitat ReStore.