Lowe’s Home Improvement is partnering with Rebuilding Together Santa Cruz County to renovate the home of Carlos Parra, Jr. Volunteers will provide repairs to his home, focusing on health and safety improvements.
Rebuilding Together affiliates nationwide bring together thousands of community volunteers each year, to provide free home repairs and modifications to low-income Americans – older adults, persons with disabilities, military veterans and families in need.
Since 2007, Lowe’s has contributed over $15 million to Rebuilding Together to revitalize communities throughout the country. Over 3,300 Lowe’s Heroes employee volunteers have contributed nearly 31,000 volunteer hours to help nearly 15,000 people live in safer and healthier homes.Thanks to businesses, organizations, and foundations like Lowe’s Home Improvement, City of Nogales, Galen’s Towing Garcia Builders.
A special thank you to Nogales High Senior Marcia Senday for choosing Rebuilding Together*Santa Cruz County as her Senior Project, and for coordinating the project and recruiting her high school volunteers, and to The United Sates Border Patrol Explorers, The Nogales Suburban Fire District, that have donated their time, hard work, and dedication has set the foundation for us to continue. It is through volunteers as these that we are able to fulfill our mission of partnering with the community to rehabilitate the houses of low-income homeowners, particularly the elderly and disabled, and young families in need, so that they may continue to live in warmth, safety, and independence.
Once again thank you for all your help. If you should have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at (520)761-3681 or (520)313-3681.