The company has proved that statement repeatedly in its years in business, working with non-profits such as the Rescue Mission on the annual Drumstick Dash, as a sponsor of many community events in Vinton, and now as a partner with Habitat for Humanity in the Roanoke Valley.
The company, located on Third Street in Vinton, recently donated $5,000 to the local Habitat organization.
According to Marketing Communications Coordinator Laura Richards, the amount was the culmination of Magnets USA donating $1 to the Habitat cause for every one of its famous Magnetic Football Schedules created online in 2017, plus additional donations.
The company has followed up on the donation by helping to build a Habitat house currently under construction in Roanoke City. Magnets employees volunteered most of the day on Saturday, May 5, working on the house located in the Melrose-Orange Target Area (MOTA). The Magnets USA…