Benjamin Moore has partnered with National Trust for Historic Preservation on six sites throughout the United States, supporting the privately funded nonprofit with in-kind donations over the next year.
Benjamin Moore CEO Mike Searles; courtesy Ben Stechschulte for Fortune Magazine
“Since 1883, Benjamin Moore has been focused on developing products that preserve, protect and beautify homes, buildings and structures,” shared Mike Searles, the brand’s president and CEO. “As a company committed to the communities we serve, including preserving historical landmarks, we are proud to support the National Trust for Historic Preservation. We look forward to helping advance their mission of protecting significant places by providing premium Benjamin Moore coatings and expert color and product recommendations for select projects.”
“The historic sites of the National Trust for Historic Preservation represent significant and diverse chapters of American history,” said Katherine Malone-France, the organization’s vice president for historic sites. “The National Trust’s partnership with Benjamin Moore will help refresh these historic places for visitors from across the country and support our work to preserve these sites for generations to come.”
The project sites include Chesterwood in Stockbridge, Massachusetts; Lyndhurst Mansion in Tarrytown, New York; Brucemore in Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Woodrow Wilson House in Washington, D.C.; The Shadows in New Iberia, Louisiana; and Cliveden in Philadelphia. Work will continue throughout this year.