Community & Charity


Kent Turkey Challenge

October 6 - Novemebr 14, 2016

We're raising money and donating food to the Kent Food Bank during the 6th Annual Kent Turkey Challenge!

 

Donate one of two ways in-store and get rewarded for your donation:

 

FOOD: Donate any of the items listed below. For each item you donate in our store (1 can, 1 box, etc.), we'll give you 1% off your tile purchase, up to 10%!*

  • Condensed Soup
  • Canned Vegetables
  • Canned Tomato Products
  • Canned Fruit
  • Canned Proteins – SPAM, tuna, chicken
  • Ready to Eat Meals – chili, Chef Boyardee

MONEY: If you make a cash, check**, debit or credit card donation in store, we will discount that amount off your tile purchase!* 

 

*Discounts not to exceed 10% off total order, cannot be combined with other discounts, and not applicable to countertop purchases.

** Make checks payable to "Kent Food Bank"

Pediatric Interim Care Center's Walk for the Babies

From 2013-2015, several members of the Tile Lines team have walked in the Kent Pediatric Interim Care Center's annual Walk for the Babies. PICC offers a unique program that provides specialized, 24-hour care for drug-exposed and medically fragile newborns. Their Walk for the Babies raises money to support the smallest victims of drug abuse.

We donated $3000 to Children's Therapy Center!

We made a pledge to donate $1 to Children's Therapy Center (CTC) for each Like on Tile Lines' Facebook page by May 31, 2014. 


CTC works with children in need of speech, physical, and occupational therapy and provides support to their families. From their websiteIn the State of Washington, 15% of ALL children have a developmental delay or disability. Additionally, 1 in every 88 children have autism. This has led to an unprecedented number of referrals to our organization. 

 

We had over 2,500 people like us on Facebook, and we wrote a check to CTC for $3,000! This money will help CTC give children with disabilities the therapy they need.

New Benchtops for HiveBio

HiveBio is a community supported Do-It-Yourself (DIY) biology laboratory located in Seattle, Washington. We donated some reclaimed benchtops to this non-profit so they could turn them into flame-retardant tabletops. Read more here!