Squatty Potty is sponsoring the bathrooms in Habitat for Humanity of Southwest Utah's 22nd home, located in Hurricane, Utah. In addition to donating money for the home, Squatty Potty employees volunteered to paint the bathrooms and bedrooms.
Squatty Potty, a family owned business, believes it is important to give back to the local community. The company was excited to respond to the request for help from Lil Barron, Habitat for Humanity of Southwest Utah, Director of Development and Community Relations.
Robert Edwards, CEO and Co-founder explains, "Squatty Potty is all about a better bathroom experience and of course, you need a bathroom to have that experience. We are honored to help provide that space for Habitat for Humanity in our local community. Since Habitat for Humanity relies on 90% of the work to be done via volunteers, we wanted to show up and contribute in that way."
"I'm so grateful to Squatty Potty and their staff," said Barron. She continued, "Not only did they donate money, but they came out and volunteered in 100° temperatures!!! This means so much to Habitat, that companies in our community want to help others with home ownership! We are so blessed to have support from companies like Squatty Potty!"