Magazine Hardware & Farm wins True Value Foundation’s Painting a Brighter Future grant

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Magazine True Value manager Frank Hart and Lyndol Green of the Magazine School District fist bump rather than shake hands during an award of a paint grant recently.

A fresh coat of paint brightens any room, and this summer Magazine High School will refresh its learning environment with 20 gallons of donated paint.

Magazine High School was selected as the winner of a paint grant through Magazine Hardware & Farm’s partnership with True Value Foundation’s Painting a Brighter Future program.

A True Value Foundation paint grant helps improve learning environments and can have an impact on youth attitudes and performance. Over 1,600 schools and youth-development focused organizations across the country have been awarded paint since the program’s inception in 2009, covering nearly 20 million square feet of learning space.

Partnering with True Value Foundation, Magazine Hardware & Farm nominated Magazine High School for a 20 gallon paint grant to help refresh youth learning spaces. Frank Hart of Magazine Hardware & Farm is delivering the asthma and allergy friendly paint, located at 9 N State HWY 109 in Magazine.

True Value’s EasyCare Ultra Premium Acrylic Latex paint has earned the asthma & allergy friendly Certification Mark via an independent certification program established in the United States, which helps consumers identify products more suitable for people with asthma and allergies.

The program performs physical and chemical testing on products to ensure they minimize irritants and pollutants in the air and reduce potential exposure to allergens. The asthma & allergy friendly Certification Mark is awarded only to products that are scientifically proven to reduce potential exposure to asthma and allergy triggers.

Magazine High School is using the paint to give their gym a much-needed makeover. The more than 200 youth will enjoy playing/learning in the newly painted facility.

“Through True Value Foundation’s Painting a Brighter Future program, we’re able to help Magazine High School and give back to the community we love to serve,” said Magazine True Value & Farm’s General Manager Matt Scantling. “The donation will not only save the organization money, but more importantly will create an environment that fosters learning, inspires creativity and instills community pride.”

True Value Foundation unites retailers in helping improve the lives of children in the communities True Value serves. The foundation advocates for youth and serves as a catalyst to provide tools and resources to help youth realize their dreams and achieve their potential.

The Foundation encourages partners to get involved and give back through volunteerism, mentorship, community improvements, and raising funds.