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Corporate Interiors is proud to support a wide range of non-profit / charity organizations from local to national programs.  As we continue to grow as a business we feel an obligation to give back to the communities that support our company and our people.  Associates at Corporate Interiors are encouraged to take part in volunteer and leadership opportunities with our unique community programs.  As a company we provide monitary donations and furniture donations to communities in need.

Pancreatic Cancer Action Network – PurpleStride


PurpleStride events raise awareness about the critical mission of the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, and give local residents the opportunity to help make strides toward a better future. The events also contribute millions of dollars toward our mission to advance research, support patients and create hope. Funds raised help provide personalized support for patients and support research grants and advocacy efforts to increase federal pancreatic cancer research funding.

For participants, it is a journey toward hope that is filled with inspiration. It is a time to honor loved ones fighting pancreatic cancer. It is a day when all of the family and friends of pancreatic cancer patients can come together in solidarity and gain both comfort and encouragement.

Wage Hope.

To learn more about the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network and PurpleStride click here

Fred’s Footsteps


Fred’s Footsteps provides direct financial support to families who have found themselves in a financial crisis due to the costs associated with caring for a critically or chronically ill child.

To learn more about Fred’s Footsteps click here

The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Foundation


The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Foundation is the charitable, tax-exempt organization benefiting The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Charitable support helps sustain vital programs that are not reimbursed through insurance, and funds patient care, research and clinical education.

To learn more about The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Foundation click here

American Cancer Society


The American Cancer Society is the nationwide, community-based, voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by preventing cancer, saving lives and diminishing suffering from cancer through research, education, advocacy and service.

To learn more about the American Cancer Society click here

American Diabetes Association


The mission of the American Diabetes Association is to prevent and cure diabetes and to improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes.

To learn more about the American Diabetes Association click here.

Penn Medicine – Clyde F. Barker Penn Transplant House


For many transplant patients, the good news of a life-saving organ match is accompanied by feelings of uncertainty and a whole new set of challenges, especially if they are traveling to receive care. To accommodate these patients, the Penn Transplant Institute offers the Clyde F. Barker Penn Transplant House, a convenient guest house for transplant patients and their families and caregivers.

To learn more about The Penn Medicine Clyde F. Barker Penn Transplant House click here

Habitat for Humanity


Habitat for Humanity International is founded on the conviction that every man, woman and child should have a decent, safe and affordable place to live. Through volunteer labor and donations of money and materials, Habitat and its homeowner families have built or rehabilitated more than 400,000 houses.

To learn more about Habitat for Humanity click here.

Assistance in Healthcare Philadelphia


Assistance in Healthcare (AIH) is a non-profit, charitable organization dedicated to helping cancer patients who are undergoing treatment in the local Philadelphia area by lessening the financial burden of cancer. We do this by donating grants to help defray the costs of non-medical needs such as utilities, housing, transportation and basic living expenses to eligible patients or their immediate family members so that the patient can focus on what’s important—their healing.

To learn more about Assistance in Healthcare click here.

The Committee of 100 – Delaware

The Committee of 100 is a business organization that promotes responsible economic developmentand addresses issues that affect Delaware’s economic health. Organized in response to problems in land use planning and state and local finance, the Committee of 100 has evolved into a broad-based organization that functions as a positive force, as well as a critical observer. It can bring to bear the expertise of our membership for the benefit of all Delaware citizens.

To learn more about the Committee of 100 click here.

Fresh Artists


Fresh Artists is a nonprofit organization dedicated to saving artmaking for all children and creating real opportunities for children to be philanthropic.

To learn more about Fresh Artists click here.

Drexel Hill Pediatrics

Corporate Interiors was proud to provide support, together with Nurture by Steelcase, during the 2010 CNN Accent Health Makeover Winner… Drexel Hill Pediatrics!

We were very excited at the opportunity to provide our assistance to help a well deserving local organization like Drexel Hill Pediatrics. Based on the efforts that Drexel Hill Pediatrics has with the relief efforts in Haiti, Corporate Interiors proposed utilizing the IRN recycling network, in conjunction with the Steelcase Environmental Partnership Program to donate the existing unused furniture from the project to Haiti.

The furniture from Drexel Hill Pediatrics, along with 235 additional pieces of furniture from other Corporate Interiors clients were shipped to Jamaica, as a staging point to be distributed to many countries in need, including Haiti. All together, over 5 tons (10,639 lbs.) of quality furniture was donated during this project.

Congratulations Drexel Hill Pediatrics!

IRN – Furniture Recycling Network


Charitable ReUse Program 2010-2011
•4500+ pieces of furniture reused by people in need
•250,000 lbs. of quality furniture = 23 shipping containers
•Received by communities in Haití, Jamaica, Nicaragua, Guatemala, El Salvador, Dominican Republic
•Communities within the US effected by natural disasters

To learn more about IRN click here.