As part of the Tundraland corporate culture, we believe in the infinite possibility of others. Tundraland Home Improvements was founded on the notion that a business can do well and also do good. Our Tundraland Cares initiative is a direct reflection of this philosophy.
Most of us take our own mobility and safety for granted until something unexpectedly changes that.Through the course of business at Tundraland we meet people with limited mobility in need of our products but due to financial hurdles or other challenges, are not able to make the necessary improvements that would make their home safer.We provide free or greatly reduced products and services that will help individuals in the community live healthier, safer lives and stay in the comfort of their own homes.We are especially passionate about giving to military veterans; those in our community who have given so much.
Tundraland Cares also believes in supporting and encouraging individuals striving to achieve their dreams.We look for that special someone who, with a little assistance can be put on a path to accomplish things greater than they ever thought possible on their own.
We support the performing arts, educational ventures and entrepreneurial endeavors among many others and seek to be a resource to make dreams a reality.We believe that if we take part in in positively changing one person’s life at a time, we are taking part in changing the world.
On Friday, May 19th, 2017 Denielle and Aaron Pagel thought they were in for an ordinary Friday. To their surprise, their day would be anything but that. At Tundraland, our company wide initiative Tundraland Cares focuses on making a positive impact in the lives of deserving individuals just like the...Read More
Tundraland's 2nd Annual Windows for a Cause Art Auction event was held on Tuesday, April 25th in hopes to raise enough money to send 4 year-old Delilah Presley and her family to Walt Disney World. Delilah suffers from a chronic condition called Chiari Malformation. The toddler was born with a struct...Read More
This is the story of two families. Two families that drastically needed bathroom updates, as their current bathrooms no longer fit their needs. Adam Guess of Madison, Wisconsin is a third generation Marine and a single father of two daughters. Bonnie Zak of De Pere, Wisconsin is the wife of the late...Read More
As part of Tundraland’s continued effort to support our local community, this October we will be sponsoring the Making Noise tour featuring a local duo Featherwolf. This 10,000-mile, 40-day tour aims to raise a dollar a mile, starting in Chicago, going across the country, and ending in Appleton, WI....Read More
This year with Windows for a Cause , we are bringing the community together to help John Green, a local, wheelchair-bound Vietnam veteran. At Tundraland Home Improvement, we constantly find ways to interact with and help our local community. Each year Tundraland replaces more than 12,000 windows for...Read More
In a single days’ time, the life of a Desert War veteran was changed. Mike Alsteen of Green Bay, Wisconsin lives with Multiple Sclerosis and had been struggling with a bathroom that was not handicapped accessible. As an active member in the community and various veteran organizations, A...Read More
Don Hawley of Stockbridge, Wisconsin is a Green Bay Packers fan- he is also a disabled Korean War veteran. As Don grew older, he began having problems getting in and out of his bathroom safely. When Tundraland Home Improvements heard about Don’s situation, there was no question that the...Read More
In Summer of 2014, Tundraland Home Improvements was one of the main sponsors of a local Artisan Music Festival held along the stretch of one of Appleton’s main streets. Throughout the 4 day event, attendees were challenged to sing in the shower displays that were setup near the festival with hopes t...Read More
Chris Guilette, husband and father of 3 is a local resident in Appleton, Wisconsin. Chris served in the Wisconsin Army National Guard for 21 years and is celebrating 10 years since his deployment in Afghanistan. Chris and his wife Kaye had a bathroom that required necessary updates. A...Read More