FINISHED PROJECT PAGE AT: http://www.newlifemilwaukie.com/bring-samantha-home.html
More than two weeks ago, a major water leak in the crawlspace of their cozy home forced a single mom and her 2 children to shut off the water and vacate their home. She is a veteran and is only able to get part-time work right now.
Thanks to help of family, they have been able to have shelter. They desperately need to get multiple repairs done to move back into their home. Repairs include:
We are enlisting all volunteer labor. All funds raised will go first to materials. Any funds leftover will go directly to the family.
This community project is supported by local churches including:
These local businesses are supporting this project as well:
Ed Grant of New Life Christian Center will oversee the project. Ron Turentine of TNT Homes and Electric will manage the project. Paul Miller of Miller Residential Services will help with the bathroom remodel. Dave the Plumber installed the new water line from the meter to the house, donating all labor & materials. Khoi of Lotus Plumbing and crew repiped the bathroom water lines. Also, Rick Breunig of Breunig Construction installed the drywall needed to give the bathroom a new look.
Also, today, November 9, a new floor was installed by Paul Miller. Miracle Method Refinishing of Portland has agreed, at no charge, to provide a complete new refinish for the aging steel bathtub. Yeah!
If you have other ideas how you might help, contact Ed at 503-319-9728.
Checks can be mailed to New Life. Please indicate donation for Samantha home repair project. See website above for mailing address.
All donations are tax deductible according to IRS regulations, and will be receipted by New Life Christian Center.
More pictures at: www.newlifemilwaukie.com/bring-samantha-home
Note: we met our goal on November 10 (yeah!), but are still receiving donations for the family. Donations will go the repair project costs first, and the remaining to the family for other expenses. An income & expense report will be available at close of project.
[Disclaimer: the family photo above is for representative purposes only]
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