An important part of our philosophy at MillerHome is to give back to the communities that have supported us and our families. For the past 40 plus years, we at MillerHome have worked diligently to help those in need by lending a helping hand, providing words of encouragement and support, and assisting with numerous fundraisers. We have participated in the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life, supported our local volunteer fire departments, and helped out the local Boy Scout Pack's fundraising spaghetti dinner, and that is to name just a few.

Our commitment to the communities that we serve is very real, and our commitment to you, our valued customer, is TRUE! That's why we say, "Come as a customer, and leave as a FRIEND!"

As parents and grandparents, brothers and sisters, aunts and uncles, we are all very proud of our support in advancing the youth of our communities. You may see many of us coaching and cheering for our favorite local sports team, volunteering countless hours instructing at the Community Center, or lending a helping hand with the local Little League and other youth activities.

Parent and baby on floor

Since it is clear that MillerHome’s heart is to serve our community, we avidly support Square One- a non-profit focused on providing resale excellence while impacting local communities. With this program, we are able to offer a Furniture Bank in which we provide those in need with gently used furniture and household items. If you would like to be part of this organization, please consider donating your gently used furniture and other used items so together we can increase the well-being of our community and make a lasting difference.

Like everyone, we love a parade - or a festival, fair, the carnival, and of course, Groundhog Day! We often partner with the organizers of such events in order to help bring the fun to you!

Community organizations

Importantly, our faith has guided us here at MillerHome. We actively participate in our various places of worship, and our people serve in such capacities as a Deacon, singing in a choir, or organizing a potluck dinner.