Charity and Big Biz Winterize MHC Home

FremontTribune reports from Nebraska the charity, Rebuilding Together, and Lowe’s Charitable and Educational Foundation have partnered on 450 projects since 2007 to help elderly, disabled, and low-income homeowners with renovations and repairs. Recently, volunteers and Rebuilding Together board members installed energy-efficient windows and doors on the factory-built home of Cleo Lute at the Regency Mobile Home Park in Fremont, just west of Omaha. She has been paying $200/mth for heat. The upgrade is valued at $5,000. Rebuilding Together Executive Director Cindy Horeis said the homes of many of the applicants are their only asset and they want to preserve it as much as possible. “Lowe’s has been an incredible advocate for energy efficiency practices, and continue to support Rebuilding Together through their extensive resources and volunteers,” said Gary A. Officer, president and CEO of Rebuilding Together. “Our work with Lowe’s has delivered more than $8 million in market value reinvested back into communities, helping homeowners and families live considerably better lives.” Marshall Croom, chairman of Lowe’s Charitable and Educational Foundation, said, “Helping local residents stay warm and save energy this winter is as simple as getting out into the local community and helping our neighbors seal and insulate their homes.”

(Photo cedit: Chris Bristol/FremontTribune)

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