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Rebuilding Together has teamed up with Lowe's through its Community Partners program to provide free home repairs to four low-income homeowners and to support the Friendly House in the Central City neighborhood of Phoenix on Feb. 20 and 21.
In its six years of partnering with Rebuilding Together, Lowe's has donated $7 million and completed 958 projects across the country.
More than 100 Lowe's Heroes employee volunteers from area Lowe's stores will team with Rebuilding Together Valley of the Sun.
The volunteers will complete a bathroom renovation and ventilation repairs for a senior couple who are helping raise their grandchildren. Rebuilding Together and Lowe's Heroes also will repair the kitchen cabinets and do drywall and electrical work for a single father raising three kids and taking care of his senior mother. They will complete bathroom and kitchen plumbing repairs for another homeowner, who was recently diagnosed with cancer.
Carter's Kids, a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating and promoting awareness of fitness and self-esteem for America's youth, will join Rebuilding Together and Lowe's Heroes to build a new playground for the students of Friendly House's Academia Del Pueblo Charter School.
"Lowe's has been a tremendous supporter of Rebuilding Together and helping low-income homeowners," said John Fiegel, interim president and CEO of Rebuilding Together. "With their help, we can make homes safer and more energy efficient. And through Carter's Kids, we can see our impact reach every person in the community."