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Family- and Veteran-Owned Supplier Black Diamond Coatings, Inc. Partners With The Home Depot on High-Quality Home Improvement Products


“By Contractors, For Contractors.” This is the founding principle President and Owner David Warren set into place for Black Diamond Coatings, Inc., a premier concrete and masonry sealer manufacturer and Home Depot supplier.

The Home Depot Charges Ahead With 100 MW of Solar Energy

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ATLANTA, November 30, 2022 /3BL Media/ – The Home Depot announced that 100 MW of solar energy purchased from National Grid Renewables at its solar and storage project in Denton County, Texas (known as Noble) will generate the approximate equivalent of nearly eight percent of The Home Depot’s total electricity usage. The solar farm is National Grid Renewables’ largest solar energy project to date, and its first utility-scale energy storage project.

The Home Depot Foundation and Tunnel to Towers Renovate Marine Corps Veteran's Family Home


Major Tyler Tidwell spent 13 years as an Infantry Officer in the United States Marine Corps. He was deployed three times in support of U.S. Central Command, and he participated in training and operations across numerous countries. Shortly after his last deployment in 2018, Tyler was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease. It has progressed rapidly, taking away his ability to speak and much of his physical mobility.

Part-Time Cashier to Store Manager: Wilbert Slowman Talks Navajo Heritage, Family and Career


Wilbert Slowman was born in Shiprock, New Mexico, a Navajo reservation named after a landmark rock formation that rises 1,583 feet above the earth. Wilbert and his family are proud to be Diné, which is how the Navajo people refer to themselves.

“I am of the Red House people and born for the Salt Water people,” says Wilbert. “My maternal grandfathers are of the Red Running into the Water people. My paternal grandfathers are of the Many Goats people.”

The Path to 100% Renewable Electricity: Q&A With The Home Depot's Senior Director of Building Services, Craig D'Arcy


The Home Depot is working towards its most ambitious carbon goal to date: pledging to reach 100% renewable electricity for its facilities by 2030. One of the architects of that goal is Craig D’Arcy, senior director of Building Services for The Home Depot.

In this wide-ranging Q&A, D’arcy talks about the company’s sustainability commitment and the role his team plays in executing the goal.

Video: Nearly 200 Team Depot Volunteers Showcase the Value of Giving Back During Veterans Day Service Project in Atlanta


In honor of Veterans Day, nearly 200 Team Depot volunteers, The Home Depot’s associate-led volunteer force, took time to paint, landscape, and beautify the homes of eight homeowners, including former service members in Atlanta, Georgia.

Army veteran, Kermit “Rob” Robinson, 73, served 20 years in the military and was in Vietnam. He was a military policeman, and a chemical and neurobiological specialist. Mr. Robinson and his wife enjoy doing yardwork and helping their neighbors in their close-knit community.

1,000 U.S. Military Veterans To Receive Housing Payment Assistance From the Home Depot Foundation in Honor of Veterans Day

Nearly $14.5 million in incremental Foundation funding will advance veteran causes through nonprofit partners
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ATLANTA, November 11, 2022 /3BL Media/ – In honor of Veterans Day, The Home Depot Foundation will surprise 1,000 U.S. veterans across the country with rental and mortgage payment assistance for the month of December. Many of these veterans previously faced homelessness before securing permanent supportive housing in facilities operated by longstanding Foundation partners, including U.S.VETS, Volunteers of America and Quest Communities.

The Home Depot District HR Manager and 10-Year Army Veteran Shares Tips for Success


Currently on reserve in the U.S. Army as a Company Commander, Krystal Mora is a 10-year military veteran and district human resources manager at The Home Depot.

The Home Depot Foundation and Team Rubicon Help Communities Impacted by Hurricane Ian


In the wake of Hurricane Ian’s devastation, more than 150 volunteers from Team Depot, The Home Depot’s associate volunteer force, and Team Rubicon provided critical relief to those in need.

“It was pretty overwhelming to drive into the park and see so many lost homes,” says Florida homeowner Cheryl Wuyts.

The Englewood, Florida, neighborhood, which is home to more than 500 people, was severely damaged during Hurricane Ian. Many homeowners lost everything. Volunteers cleaned out yards and removed debris from the community.

Behind the Apron: 20-Year Home Depot Associate Overcomes Obstacles With Support From Her Team


“Without my extended family at The Home Depot, I couldn't have done it,” says 20-year associate, Angela Hernandez.

“Angie,” as her colleagues call her, is a busy mother of four children and a Merchandising Execution Team (MET) supervisor in Houston, Texas. Shortly after starting a new position, her son became severely ill. He was rushed to the emergency room and needed special feeding tube bags. Despite having to go to the hospital every day, she stayed connected virtually with her team, and they never hesitated to step in and help. Watch Angie’s story in the video above:


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