San Jose, CA, September 5, 2018: Bay Stone Depot announced today that they are an Advocate Sponsor for Mom’s Against Poverty, according to Arezou Razavi, Director of Human Resources. Bay Stone is a strong supporter for providing the basic needs for children no matter where in the world they live. Mom’s Against Poverty allows Bay Stone to achieve its mission to help who lack the basic needs of children across the world.
Mom’s Against Poverty, or MAP, was launched in 2008 by a group of individuals who believe that every child deserves a chance to thrive in this world regardless of where they are born. MAP’s mission is to nurture and to educate underprivileged children to their fullest potential, so that they can contribute and lead within their own communities; thus breaking the cycle of poverty.
MAP addresses the basic needs by facilitating food and shelter for children who lack the ability or resources. They empower children with appropriate educational programs, so that they can thrive and become self-sufficient members of their society and the world at large. To learn more about Mom’s Against Poverty, go www.momsagainstpoverty.org
Bay Stone Depot opened in 2004 as an exotic stone slab and tile distributor for homeowners, interior designers, builders and contractors who can access hard-to-find, unique products and materials needed to fully complete their projects. Bay Stone attracts a niche market who are looking for high quality products and offer a broader selection of granite, marble, quartz stone slabs, as well as ceramic and porcelain tiles.
Bay Stone shares the fundamental beliefs of Mom’s Against Poverty and believes that every child should have a chance to succeed in life. As an Advocate Sponsor, Bay Stone can continue on its mission to bridge the gap between those less fortunate and to provide a way to end poverty.
Bay Stone is located in San Jose, CA at 495 E. Brokaw Road, and can be found on the web at www.baystonedepot.com.
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