Working Mom Gets Help Sprucing Up New Home

Jun 25, 2014 | News | 0 comments

June 21 – Highland Park, MI – Nearly 40 A Time to Help volunteers worked alongside members of Highland Park’s Revival Tabernacle Church to clean up a house that will soon become home to a working mom and her two kids.

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The project was part of Hope Village Detroit’s new initiative to help single families settle comfortably into their own homes.  Volunteers laid down sod, removed tree stumps, planted a flower and shrub garden, mulched landscape beds, scraped paint from the home’s exterior trim, and even began priming interior walls.  Visiting from Arizona and on-hand to assist was Volunteer Impact Founder Liz Kanter-Groskind, who was also the Time To Help coordinator at its inception.

For more information on Hope Village Detroit, visit www.hopevillagedetroit.org.

 You can learn more about A Time to Help here and more about Mitch’s other charities at mitchalbomcharities.org.

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