IMPACT – Individuals Mobilizing People and Communities Together!
IMPACT Day serves more families through our Home Preservation Program - Critical Repair, Weatherization and A Brush with Kindness projects. Through the support of community partners, as well as the partnership of the homeowners themselves, this program makes it possible to serve many more families and individuals, right where they already live.
We are inspired and encouraged by the impact these projects have on the homeowners. Recently a homeowner attached this note with their payment: “Thank you for all you’ve done for us. We’ve had compliments from neighbors on how nice our house looks. We feel secure and don’t dread the approach of fall and winter weather. I don’t know what we would have done without your help.”
Partnering with the community, corporations, churches and other non-profits, Habitat for Humanity Tri-Cities completed 15 more critical home repair projects throughout the Tri-Cities on Saturday May 18. It is through the effort of volunteers from businesses and organizations around the community that made this day a success. Through their hands and feet and hearts, they improved the lives of the elderly, disabled and veterans. This day of mobilization is a testimony that many hands can and do make a difference in the lives of those in need.
Thanks to all our teams and sponsors who made Spring IMPACT Day possible:
Fluor Federal Services Gesa Credit Union
Gesa Credit Union (Premier sponsor)
Pasco-Kennewick Rotary Club
Richland Seventh Day Adventist Church
Three Rivers Convention Center
Washington Vet Corps
Henry’s Restaurant (breakfast)
Cascade Natural Gas (water)
Click here for more information about how you can make an impact in your community through these events and more. Or call Roddie Shanley at 943-5555.