With the holidays approaching, the employees of Peak Stone Company are dedicated not only to creating beautiful countertops, but also beautiful memories for local children.
Peak Stone Company, a local granite and quartz countertop fabricator, has an annual tradition of giving back to those in need during the Christmas season. This year, the focus is on foster children in Johnson County and the surrounding area. Peak Stone has partnered with Resources of Hope – a non-profit whose mission is to provide supplies to meet the physical and emotional needs of foster children.
Each year, Resources of Hope holds a donation drive to collect pajamas and toys to give away at their ‘Hope for the Holidays’ event. Donation bins have been distributed to 13 different businesses throughout Johnson County, two of which can be found at Peak Stone Company’s Indianapolis and Greenwood locations.
As Peak Stone employees learned that most foster children only receive second-hand clothing and toys, they understood the importance of unwrapping a gift that was brand new. “All of our holiday ‘give-back’ projects have been special, but this one really pulls at our heartstrings,” said Tiffany Woods with Peak Stone Company.
Peak Stone has been in business for over 12 years. As the company grew, owner Josh Woods wanted to focus on more than producing natural stone countertops; he also wanted to develop a company culture of goodwill. “It’s important that we not only grow our company, but we also invest in the personal growth of our people. Our efforts to give back though organizations like Habitat for Humanity and Resources of Hope help us do that,” Woods said.
The donation drive is going on now through December 2nd. Pajamas and toys for children ages 0-18 years old are needed. If you are interested in making a contribution, stop by one of the Peak Stone Company showrooms, or visit www.peakstonecompany.com to learn more.