Fieldstone Cabinetry is pleased to support Sentinels Of Freedom.

 More than cabinets. Help and hope too.


It's a privilege to sponsor Sentinels of Freedom! Help us help this awesome organization by visiting their Facebook page and sharing it with your friends and family.

Sentinels of Freedom provides up to four years “life scholarships” to help vets become self-sufficient. Our vets are finding that once they’re released from the hospital, they face the everyday hardships of finding a home, continuing their education, or going to work to support their families. Every American faces the same difficulties, but in the vet’s case, the situation is made more difficult because of their sacrifice.

Fieldstone Cabinetry was pleased to give cabinetry to these charitable organizations:


  • Volunteers of America, Dakotas. We crafted computer desks for their facility for at-risk youth. The Bowden Youth Center is a neighborhood drop-in center offering educational, artistic, cultural, and creative opportunities for community youth ages 7-20 years. Each day, the Bowden Youth Center serves as many as 80 children and youth. The majority of them live in poverty.
  • Sioux Falls Multi Cultural Center, for their African American museum, and their lobby display. The lobby display showcases a rotating art collection to introduce the cultures and traditions of our city’s several ethnic groups.
  • The Ronald McDonald House, one near Avera McKennan and one near Sanford Health.


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