Knotty Alder Cabinets Gives Back in 2018

Knotty Alder Cabinets, a leader in ready-to-assemble cabinets, honored its commitment to community in the year of 2018 by donating to several charitable causes.
SALT LAKE CITY - Jan. 18, 2019 - PRLog -- Knotty Alder Cabinets continued its history of community involvement in 2018 by donating ready-to-assemble bathroom and kitchen cabinets to charitable causes. Recipients of RTA cabinets included Habitat for Humanity and Builders Without Borders Utah. Additionally, the company donated thousands of dollars to Scera Park Elementary School and the Utah Elks Veterans' Fund.

With a 10-year history of community involvement and giving back, Knotty Alder Cabinets upheld its tradition of philanthropy in 2018 by donating money and ready-to-assemble cabinets to several charitable causes. Throughout the years, the company has given to organizations including Habitat for Humanity, Hand in Hand Outdoors, and Kids on the Move.

Habitat for Humanity Utah County was among the recipients of new RTA cabinets this year. Knotty Alder donated more than $10,000 in products for the nonprofit to sell in its ReStores, including these:
  • Cabinets
  • Cabinet Doors
  • Cabinet Shelves
  • Carpet
  • Carpet Cushion
  • Vinyl Flooring
Habitat for Humanity of Weber and Davis County also received thousands in cash and merchandise for their ReStores. Over the past 12 years, the factory direct distributor has donated more than $300,000 of product to Habitat. Additionally, Knotty Alder's owner has served on Habitat's Board of Directors as Board Chairman as well as the Chairman of the ReStore Committee for Utah County.

Builders Without Borders of Utah was another recipient of product donations in 2018. Over the last three years, Knotty Alder Cabinets has donated more than $10,000 in RTA kitchen cabinets to the nonprofit. Builders Without Borders uses the cabinets for its efforts to help under-served families in Mexico.

Beyond donating cabinets and other products, Knotty Alder gifted thousands of dollars in cash to deserving causes this year. Among these causes was the Utah Elks Veterans' Committee's "Helping Little Warriors and Veterans" fund. Knotty Alder donated $10,000 to support a summer camp for children who have lost parents killed in action or to suicide from mental illness after war.

In 2018, Knotty Alder also donated $3,000 to Scera Park Elementary School in Orem, UT. The funds are intended for use toward t-shirts for all students attending the school. This contribution matches their donation of $3,000 to the school in 2017.

In addition to its long-standing history of community involvement, Knotty Alder Cabinets is known for its dedication to quality design and craftsmanship at affordable prices. The company looks forward to continuing its philanthropic endeavors and supporting more local organizations and causes in 2019. For more information on products and services, visit

About Knotty Alder Cabinets

McCoy's Flooring and Cabinets, the principle owner of, is a kitchen and bathroom factory direct distributor offering the widest selection of top-quality knotty alder cabinets. The company has been in the business for 25 years and continues to expand its cabinetry solutions for clients. By offering ready to assemble cabinets, customers are able to save money on labor and building costs. Knotty Alder Cabinets offers up to 50 percent off standard retail prices and great shipping rates to locations all over the country. The company is dedicated to outstanding customer service and is available to assist customers with troubleshooting over the phone. To learn more, visit:

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