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The strength of Renewal by Andersen is our people: from the top to the bottom, our employees have a passion for the business, care deeply for the organization, and are empowered to make a difference—not just at work, but in their communities, as well. It isn’t just a single cause or a one-time donation here or there—Renewal by Andersen locations are truly adopting and investing in their communities, all year long, all across the country.
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Renewal Cares

  • 11.10.2018
    Dan Drevnick's Bronze Star and Purple Heart medalsWhen Renewal by Andersen of the Twin Cities design consultant Nolan Kohlrusch, a helicopter pilot and Iraq combat veteran, showed up for his appointment with Charles and Roberta Freese and saw the military relics in their home, he knew right away that they had something in common to talk about. Find out how that connection turned into a moving tribute to a young fallen soldier.
  • 11.10.2018
    This November 11, we take pride in supporting and thanking all of our Renewal employees who have served, as well as the millions of other veterans and U.S. servicemen and women, both at home and abroad. This November 11, we take pride in supporting and thanking all of our Renewal employees who have served, as well as the millions of other veterans and U.S. servicemen and women, both at home and abroad. 
  • 10.01.2018
    Renewal goes pink Breast Cancer awareness monthEach year, it is estimated that more than 252,000 women in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer. One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime, and there are currently more than 3.3 million survivors in the U.S. right now. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and this year Renewal by Andersen has committed in a big way in the fight against the insidious disease. 
  • 09.25.2018
    Medora Schaffer cabinIf you ever travel through North Dakota on I-94, you’ll eventually come to Medora, a tiny town on the state’s western prairie, 25 miles from the Montana border. Situated smack dab in the middle of Teddy Roosevelt National Park, the city is home to the Schafer Cabin, named after the late Harold and Sheila Schafer, a local philanthropist couple. When this landmark suffered damage last winter, Renewal by Andersen stepped in to help restore it.
  • 09.10.2018
    Andersen Corporation announced this month a $50,000 grant to Park High School in Cottage Grove, Minn. The grant, provided by the Andersen Corporate Foundation, will support development of Park High School’s STEM Inventor Space, a classroom created to accommodate a technology and maker-centered teaching and learning style designed to engage and inspire students in science, technology and engineering and math (STEM).