At Tenhulzen Painting, we view our successes through our contributions back to our community. For over 10 years, we have dedicated our team to giving back to the people and the community that have given us so much. It is an obligation we embrace.
Over the years we’ve had the fortune to participate in and sponsor many charitable projects and are looking forward to doing more. Read on to learn more about some of the projects we are most proud of. If you have a suggestion for a project we can help with, we’d love to hear from you. Click here to send us your ideas.
You’ve all seen it on TV, to read more about Scott’s experience on this project, click here, or for the full episode on ABC: Extreme Home Makeover – Chapin Family
AARP “Recession Remodel” Room Makeover Contest
A Snohomish woman’s desire to have her parents visit on weekend breaks from their nursing home, won her a remodel from AARP. Tenhulzen Painting donated the labor and organized the donation of materials for this project that resulted in improved wheelchair access and the ability to continue to cater to her aging parents. To read more about the project and view video and before and after photographs: AARP Recession Remodel
Rampathon, a program which builds free wheelchair ramps for disabled, low-income homeowners in King and Snohomish counties. Tenhulzen Painting is proud to have worked on several of these projects over the last 10 years. To read more about this program: Rampathon
Paint a Better Tomorrow
Paint a Better Tomorrow is an annual fall event where participants commit one Saturday to paint and make minor cosmetic repairs to homeless shelters and nonprofit agencies throughout our community. Tenhulzen Painting recently worked in conjunction with this organization and Hopelink to renovate a pregnant teen housing unit. To read more about this program: Paint a Better Tomorrow
Tenhulzen Painting is also actively involved in the Master Builders Care Foundation which is an organization within the MBA that orchestrates charitable donations of member contractor labor. Through this organization, we’ve donated our services through auctions such as the building of a tugboat playhouse and donations like “painter for a day”. To view more of the Tugboat project, click here.
PDCA PAWS Project was sponsored by the Paint and Decorating Contractors of America and won a national award and recognition for its contribution. For this project, Tenhulzen Painting donated its labor to refurbish the PAWS Wildlife building where they care and rehabilitate wildlife before returning them to the wild.