Fireclay Tile donated tile and worked alongside Mission Science Workshop to create this beautiful mural with mural designer Ana Gonzalez-Martingale.
We were thrilled to contribute to Extreme Home Makeover in 2011. The Zolij family of Bastrop, Texas lost their home to the largest wildfire in Texas state history. We donated over $15,000 worth of Cuerda Seca's to help add a splash of color to the lives of a very deserving family.
Fireclay Tile’s Debris Series (bathroom tile) and BottleStone (Cobalt) were donated in 2009 to the the Cora Project in the Bay Area. We were so proud to be asked to participate in the wonderful CORA Safehouse.
Fireclay Tile donated materials to Aromas School students to help bring their town’s history to life through a creative tile mural at the school. 21 students and a professor came together, researched their town, and designed and painted a beautiful mural using our Debris Series Recycled tile.
San Jose’s Work2Future program’s Green Cadre visited Fireclay Tile to learn about Green Jobs and sustainably focused companies.