National Lumber is proud to have called Baltimore our home for nearly a century. Throughout this time we’ve been equally as proud to support many of the local, non-profit organizations dedicated to giving back to the communities we are privileged to serve. We believe partnering with these groups, as well as several others, is some of the most important work we do and is a tradition we hope to carry on well into the future.
National Lumber is proud to support Habitat for Humanity of The Chesapeake and there continuing mission to provide hard-working individuals and families in Anne Arundel County, Baltimore City, Baltimore County and Howard County with the opportunity to purchase a decent, affordable home. Each ground breaking and home dedication marks another step toward more affordable housing in the communities of Central Maryland in which we work and live – A true Win-Win for all of us!
The Kennedy Krieger Institute, located in Baltimore, Maryland provides inpatient and outpatient medical care, community services, and school based programs for children and adolescents with learning disabilities, as well as disorders of the brain, spinal cord, and musculoskeletal system. The Institute provides services for children with developmental concerns mild to severe, and is involved in research into various disorders, including new interventions and earlier diagnosis. Every Holiday Season National Lumber is honored to assist this world-class organization by displaying Christmas Trees in the store purchased through the Institute’s “Festival of Trees” fundraising drive.
Currently, there are 1.6 million Americans suffering from Crohn's Disease or ulcerative colitis – many right here in our own community. National Lumber is committed to continue working with the CCFA of Maryland to stamp out this disease affecting more and more Americans every year.
Central Scholarship began in 1924 by providing vocational training scholarships for orphaned Jewish men. They’ve since grown and now provide funding for all post-secondary education including vocational, undergraduate, graduate and professional degrees without regard to gender, religion, race or ethnicity. At its core, they help the most underserved, to give those students a chance at a better life.
Baltimore’s oldest non-profit housing provider with over 118,000 families served since 1968 provides programs that help 3,000 low and moderate income families each year. Their initiatives include: assisting families in purchasing their first home, moving from shelters into permanent housing and avoiding the loss of home ownership.
This Baltimore-based organization’s mission is to fund support services that improve the quality of life for breast cancer patients and their families. For every kitchen National Lumber sells, we are pleased to share with the customer a cookbook that was written by friends and family of our President’s late sister, Honey Jolson. All proceeds from this cookbook are donated to The Red Devils.