Home Depot Foundation and Habitat for Humanity teamed up on December 16th and 17th, building and installing a brand-new ramp in LaSalle, at the home of local Veteran Robert Beck and his wife Carmel. Robert utilizes a walker to get around, and this ramp will increase his ability to walk independently and safely as he comes and goes from his home. We are so happy to have the ability to help them!
No one should have to endure the struggle, stress, and pain of being unable to access their home safely and independently. Habitat Monroe’s ramp program serves people in need of safe and independent access in and out of their homes, and is a fantastic resource for many Veterans.
Habitat Monroe’s Project Serve program allows us to assist Veterans and Military families in the Monroe community, through home building, home repairs, and ramp assistance. Habitat is proud to have partnered with Home Depot Foundation.
During this build, Home Depot Foundation generously supplied construction materials, as well as volunteer labor for the build, while Habitat designed the ramp and directed the construction. Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County and Home Depot have a long-standing partnership and have completed many projects together.
Home Depot Foundation is the largest contributor to Habitat’s PROJECT SERVE program, which aims to serve Veterans through providing ramps, homes, and basic home repairs.
The finished product is astounding! We are blessed to have this program to aid those in our community who truly need our assistance.
There are several options available for individuals interested in helping support Habitat for Humanity, or the Project Serve program. Habitat is always looking for recommendations of veterans, or families of veterans that may need help. Feel free to reach out to Molly Moore at (734)243–2048, extension 111, or email@example.com for more details.
Individuals wanting to have a more hands-on experience can CLICK HERE to learn more about volunteering, or email Staci at firstname.lastname@example.org . Monetary donations are also always appreciated.
To learn more about how Home Depot is helping Veterans in the community, visit www.homedepot.com/c/the_home_depot_foundation
Additional information about Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County’s Project Serve program can be found HERE.