Carpets of Caring
Langhorne Carpets is much more than a custom carpet mill. We are a company that believes in giving back as exemplified by our unique "Carpets of Caring" program.
The program gained national attention following the events of September 11, 2001 when we collaborated with the Memorial Fund of the Fire Department of New York to weave its first commemorative fundraising tapestry. The project was highly successful and paved the way for a wide range of other non-profit organizations to work with us to support their charitable causes. If you have a design or would like us to work with you to develop one that reflects your group's compelling mission and message, we are here for you.
Consider these custom tapestries for:
- Fund raising premiums or direct sale to support your organization
- Outstanding employee recognition
- Alumni or faculty recognition
- Distinguished civic or charitable organization volunteer recognition
- Historic preservation excellence recognition
A Limited Opportunity To Support The New Penn State Student Micro Loan Fund and Own a Langhorne-Lanny Sommese Original
Lanny Sommese, the legendary Penn State graphic design visionary (the one and only Arts Festival poster designer since it began), and Langhorne Carpet, the finest American custom carpet maker, team up for PSU students-in-need by producing this incomparable 36” x 27” all-wool Wilton tapestry, appropriately titled “Hand in Hand”.
Each signed commemorative costs $300 (includes sales tax, S&H).
ORDER NOW by credit card and give the perfect gift.
*The Hand in Hand micro loan fund is operated by the Penn State University Office of Financial Aid. All net proceeds from the sales of the tapestries will be deposited by Penn State into the Funds account for loans to eligible students.
Langhorne-Sommese Signed "Hand in Hand" Commemorative Tapestry
Size: 36" x 27"
Cost: $300.00 (includes sales tax, shipping & handling)
Below are examples of our Carpets of Caring:
From left to right:
Hand in Hand
Designed by Lanny Sommese for Penn State Emergency Student Micro Loan Fund
Tree of Life
Designed by Alex Papachristidis for Habitat for Humanity of Bucks County
We the People
Memorial Fund of the Fire Department of New York
Cancer Center Treatments of America
Timothy Booth, Product Development Manager for the British Wool Council and U.S. liaison to the Price of Whales' initiative The Campaign for Wool, presents his Tree of Life tapestry that helped support Habitat for Humanity.
If you are interested in learning more about this one-of-a-kind opportunity, contact Bill Morrow at 215-757-5155 or email@example.com