Wayne Homes announces kickoff of Kindness program


Sunbury News Staff



Custom home builder Wayne Homes announces the beginning of their annual Not-So-Random Acts of Kindness program.

November 22, 2017 Uniontown, OH – Wayne Homes, an Ohio-based company that specializes in on-your-lot custom homes, has announced the start of their annual Not-So-Random Acts of Kindness program.

Each year during the holidays, Wayne Homes joins with their customers to raise money for charities in their local community. The program will begin on Monday, November 27 and will run through Sunday, December 31. For very home sold during that period, Wayne Homes will donate $150 to the buyer’s charity of choice!

Each office has selected three charities for customers to choose from, including St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, American Cancer Society, Wounded Warrior Project, and a number of local humane societies and homeless shelters.

“The Not-So-Random Acts of Kindness program is unique because it allows our customers to give back through the purchase of a new home during the holiday season,” George Murphy, President of Wayne Homes, said. “We are thrilled that we have the opportunity to collaborate with our customers and are happy to continue this program for a tenth year.”

Wayne Homes has held the Not-So-Random Acts of Kindness program for the last nine years and has donated more than $57,000 to charities through the program. With this program, Wayne Homes hopes to make a meaningful difference to those less fortunate this holiday season.

The Not-So-Random Acts of Kindness program is one of the many community involvement programs Wayne Homes carries out every year.

About Wayne Homes

Wayne Homes is a custom home builder in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Michigan, and West Virginia. We offer

nearly 50 fully customizable floor plans and a team dedicated to providing the best experience in the home building industry. For more information, call us at 866-253-6807.

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