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Ashley Employees Make Significant Donations to Children’s Hospitals

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ECRU, Miss. – For the 17th consecutive year, Ashley Furniture Industries, LLC (Ashley) employees from the company’s Ecru, Verona, Ripley and Saltillo, Mississippi locations have made a generous donation to two children’s hospitals through their “Dollar a Week” program. In total, nearly $74,000 will benefit Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital®.
 

Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital will receive a donation of $31,504. This donation was raised through employee contributions to support one of the leading children’s hospitals in the United States. In total, Ashley employees have contributed $347,883 to Le Bonheur since 2006.

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ARCADIA, Wis. – Ashley’s Angels, a non-profit organization started by employees of Ashley Furniture Industries, LLC (Ashley), continued their annual tradition of bringing joy to children in need over the holiday season. This year brought an exciting milestone celebration of the organization’s 25th anniversary along with announcing the addition of a Florida branch. Ashley’s Angels was able to make a significant impact in the communities surrounding Ashley facilities in five states including: Mississippi, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Florida, and Wisconsin; raising over $265,000 to support 1,252 children.
 

One hundred percent of the funds raised through the organization provides food, clothing, and special gift requests for children in need during the holiday season. This year’s fundraising efforts included a golf tournament, bass fishing tournament, bingo nights, motorcycle ride, a bowling tournament, t-shirt sales, and employee contributions made through Ashley’s Dollar-A-Week program.
 

“It is an amazing feeling to know that we are making a difference during this magical time of year, to families that need it most,” said Heather Bailey, Board Member, Ashley’s Angels - Wisconsin. “The excitement on delivery day makes all of the hard work worth it, knowing we provided hope to these families for their children will have a wonderful Christmas. We are also extremely grateful for the partnership we have with the school districts that provide us the family nominations, which has allowed our program to continue to support so many children each year.”
 

Every year, Ashley’s Angels holds shopping days in late November/early December, where volunteers come to shop for the selected children. They pick out winter gear, apparel, toys and more to fill a giant gift bag that is then loaded onto an Ashley semi. Once shopping is complete, the organization, along with special guest, Santa, take the loaded semis to each of the participating schools, delivering the gifts to children and their families.
 

Ashley’s Angels partners with local schools and churches to identify local families in need of extra assistance. Every child in the program, along with their sibling(s), receives winter apparel and shoes (as needed), clothes, and at least one special Christmas present. Additionally, each child’s family receives a delicious holiday meal to enjoy.

Ashley’s Angels was established by an Ashley truck driver from Mississippi in 1997 after he heard about a girl who was living in a car with her mother. The Ashley driver recruited help from fellow drivers to provide food, clothing, and additional assistance by helping the family find proper housing before Christmas. Seeing the impact their efforts had made in this family’s life encouraged those involved to form Ashley’s Angels.

Ashley’s Angels is an all-volunteer non-profit organization that provides food, clothing, blankets, and special gift requests for children in need each year. The organization has generated over $4,000,000 in donations and benefited more than 20,000 children in Mississippi, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and North Carolina since 1997. The community patrons of Ashley’s Angels, including local businesses and volunteers, partner with area schools to provide necessities to children who need it most. For more information on Ashley’s Angels and upcoming events, we invite you to visit www.ashleyangels.org. And for those of you who are interested, we encourage you to volunteer at www.ashleyangels.org/contact-us.html.
 

Ashley Furniture Industries (Ashley) feels that every person deserves more value for their money. Established in 1945, Ashley is the largest manufacturer of home furnishings in the world, and was named one of America’s Best Employers by Forbes in 2021. From design through fulfillment, Ashley is committed to delivering the world’s best home furnishing values, selection and service, and earning the loyalty and trust of its customers every day. Visit Ashley online at www.ashleyfurnitureindustriesllc.com and “like” Ashley Furniture Industries on Facebook.

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Over 100 Students Awarded with an Ashley Furniture Scholarship for the 2022-2023 School Year

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ARCADIA, Wis. – School is back in session across most of the country and over 100 students are heading off to college with a scholarship from Ashley Furniture Industries, LLC (Ashley) and the Wanek family. The company’s scholarship programs, which are awarding over $294,000 this year, support students who are choosing to further their education in a variety of fields.

“I am extremely grateful to work for a company that is able and willing to support the higher education of their employee’s children. I was so proud to see the excitement on my son’s face when he received the scholarship.” -Dan Myers, Ashley Employee.

Music, Art and Family Fun at Ashley for the Arts Brings Nearly $650,000 in Donations for 70+ Area Non-Profits

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ARCADIA, Wis. –  AIt was a successful weekend in Arcadia at Ashley for the Arts that took place August 11-13. The annual three-day music and arts festival hosted tens of thousands of fans with an array of headline entertainment, art and craft vendors, rows of food vendors, an inflatable air park, a lumberjack show, street performers, fireworks and so much more! The organization announced last week that more than 70 non-profit organizations that participated in the event will benefit from nearly $650,000 donated by Ashley for the Arts.

“It was an amazing year filled with an abundance of activities for the whole family,” said Cole Bawek, Event Director. “As soon as you entered the grounds, you were greeted with artsy vibes throughout the 54-acre Memorial Park, and outstanding musical lineups. The Ashley for the Arts mission of showcasing the arts and supporting humanity was a true description of the weekend!”

Ashley Furniture Industries Opens New Distribution Center in Spanaway, Washington

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SPANAWAY, Wash. – Ashley Furniture Industries (Ashley), the largest manufacturer of furniture in the world, recently opened a new distribution facility in Spanaway, Washington. The company celebrated with an internal grand opening and ribbon cutting celebration last week.

The new location expands the company’s already established national network of eight distribution facilities servicing the United States. The more than 700,000 sq. ft. facility serves as a distribution and fulfillment center. The multi-million-dollar investment will employ more than 250 associates across Ashley’s distribution operations, as well as its affiliated brokerage (Ashley Pacific Northwest, LLC) and retail (Ashley Global Retail, LLC) businesses. The company also recently broke ground on a 395,000 sq. ft. addition to the facility that will bring the total footprint to 1,110,000 sq. ft. of capacity.

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