WeatherGard Cares is a charitable initiative created to help Michigan based non-profit organizations reach their annual donation goals. For each WeatherGard customer who makes a purchase during our WG Cares 2023 campaign, WeatherGard will donate $100 to your choice of one of five prescreened charities. In addition to donations, WG Cares will also provide partner organizations with media and outreach support to help raise awareness for these great causes.
All donation selections will be processed and allocated to participating partners on a first come, first serve basis until program funds run out. Once WG Cares reaches it’s $50,000 annual donation goal, the program will end.
From March 1 through December 1, 2023, WeatherGard Cares will encourage new customers to select a partner charity to receive a donation through the program.
WeatherGard is proud to be a part of the communities we serve, helping to change them for the better through our WeatherGard Cares program.
New WeatherGard customers will have the option to designate a charity at weathergard.com/ cares. Each customer must provide their last name, address, and phone number, and their charity choice within 30 days of purchase.
You can be an ambassador for the cause(s) you care about. To get started, you can visit the Organization Page of any nonprofit listed on WeatherGard.com/Cares and click “Share” to promote program details on your favorite social media platform. Furthermore, there will be links to each charity’s web site which will provide additional information, upcoming programs and events, as well as opportunities to contribute directly.
WeatherGard Cares will disburse partner funds on or around December 15, 2023.
WeatherGard Cares can modify any restrictions or conditions if, in the sole judgment of WeatherGard, such restriction or condition becomes unnecessary, incapable of fulfillment or inconsistent with the charitable needs of the community. As such, WeatherGard reserves the right to deny or condition the distribution of prize grants if, in the judgment of its Officers, such restriction or condition becomes necessary