Cancer Awareness in August
For every contract signed from August 1-20, 2022, 5280 Exteriors is donating $200 to Pedal for Polumbus.
Former Denver Bronco, and Co-Host of “The Drive” on Sports Radio 104.3 The Fan, Tyler Polumbus connected with the Colorado Ovarian Cancer Alliance (COCA) after the death of his mother, Nancy, in April 2020.
The mission of the Colorado Ovarian Cancer Alliance (COCA), is to promote awareness and early detection of ovarian cancer through advocacy and education while providing support to people in Colorado affected by ovarian cancer.
We are so happy that you are giving us and COCA your support.
5280 Exteriors is excited to support the All-Stars Club, an organization that provides a place of belonging for friends with developmental disabilities. For every customer who purchases new windows or siding, we are donating $100 from the contract and matching that for a total of $200 to the All-Stars Club! That donation will sponsor one special needs (All-Star) for the entire year.
All-Stars Club aims to provide first-class experiences for individuals with special needs that offer opportunities to have fun, stay active and meet new friends, all while giving their parents and caregivers a night of rest. All-Stars Club works in partnership with local churches to host our events and develop a volunteer base that is compassionate and energized about serving those with disabilities. Volunteers are the backbone of the ministry which allows the club to provide these life-changing programs and offer an incredible experience on an individual, 1on1 scale.
Mention the All-Stars Club to your sales rep and get an additional 10% off your order!
For every customer who purchases new windows or siding, we are donating $100 from the contract and matching that for a total of $200 to the All-Stars Club! *EXCLUDES DATES: AUGUST 1-20, 2022
The All-Stars Club is solving these issues for families:
- Parents need quality evening programs to keep their children active, engaged, and growing. Most programs end at 5pm and leave their children with little activity in the evenings.
- Parents want a place where their adult child feels welcome, respected, and safe. A place where their child is engaged physically, emotionally, and spiritually.
- Parents need more opportunities for respite. More time to rest, get errands done, and spend with their spouse, children, and other relationships which are often neglected.
- Parents need the Church to be more active in their lives and to be a source of support.