Pacific Shore Stones donates quartz slabs to Ronald McDonald House in Charleston


A year ago, our Charleston manager Allen Morris visited Ronald McDonald house in Charleston to find out how we could help to support their home remodeling project. With ambitious plans underway for a new kitchen and the addition of 5 extra rooms which all needed quartz countertops, we partnered with Compac to donate the slabs.  

After several months of careful planning and patiently waiting for permits, the building work finally got underway in February and the slabs were recently installed.  As well as the slab donation from Pacific Shore Stones and Compac, MVP Granite & Flooring donated their time installing the slabs.

Assistant location manager Layne Searson from our Charleston branch was at the house to see the slabs being installed. Layne commented: “It’s great to be a part of such a worthwhile project. The extra rooms at the home will allow families with sick children to benefit from the supportive environment of Ronald McDonald House, and the remodeled kitchen gives them a much needed modernized space for meals to be prepared.”

Pacific Shore Stones believes corporate social responsibility is key to integrating and giving back to the communities who support our business. To date, projects we’ve participated in include local fundraising events, Habitat for Humanity building projects and donations, Operation Finally Home, Wounded Warriors, Walk to End Alzheimer’s and many other charitable projects.




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