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10/26/18: We had another fantastic day yesterday with a team of volunteers from Assurant working on the home on West Perrin Avenue. The volunteers completed painting the interior of the home and we’re ready for lighting projects starting next week. A big thanks to Assurant for all their hard work!

If you’d like to donate to this project so that a family can move in by the end of the year, please click HERE. Thanks!

Assurant Volunteers IV

Assurant Volunteers V

Assurant Volunteers VI

Assurant Volunteers Day 2


10/24/18: Yesterday we made some great progress at the home on West Perrin thanks to a fantastic group of volunteers from Assurant. The Assurant volunteers put a first coat of paint on the walls of the home, and it’s amazing to see the difference a coat of paint can make in making a house start to feel like a home. We’re very thankful to Assurant for their day of community service, and look forward to working with them again tomorrow!

If you are interested in volunteering your time to help us with this home, please contact us by clicking HERE and we’ll email you all the information.

If you’d like to donate to this project, please click HERE. Thanks!

Assurant Volunteers

Assurant Volunteers II

Assurant Volunteers I

Pictured above: the Assurant Volunteers at the home on West Perrin!

 


10/15/18: We are so excited to announce that we are currently working to rehab a new home on West Perrin Avenue in Springfield! Work has started already thanks to our fantastic volunteers- they are currently prepping the walls for paint, repairing the flooring,  and fixing some broken windows.

A wonderful family would like to move in to this home by the end of 2018- and we could use your help! If you would like to volunteer on-site, please contact Dave Clem for more details at: (937) 325-2514. We need your help!

If you would like to donate to this project, please click HERE or on the “Donate” tab on our website. Thanks for partnering with us to make this house a home for this family.

Witt Volunteers II

Volunteers from Wittenberg University replaced the back deck boards!