|Joshua Alford and Eddie Howard work with other volunteers to build a wheel chair ramp for a veteran|
With the leadership of your HBA’s Community Service Committee, chaired by Richard Bernath of Southern Traditions Window Fashions, your fellow HBA members are at work around the community helping others in need of a hand up.
On April 8, a group of members led by Eddie Howard of Howard Custom Builders, Joshua Alford of Custom Remodel and Handyman Service, and Michael Dey of the HBA of Greenville, built a wheel chair ramp for a veteran living in Central, SC. The project, which was facilitated by Rebuild Upstate, took just a morning, but the result will improve the life of a veteran for many years.
Members have another opportunity to give a family a hand up on April 22. Your HBA is volunteering for a day with Habitat for Humanity to build a new home at 9 Hope Bridge Way in Greenville. Shift times are 8 a.m. until 11:30 p.m. and 12 noon until 3:30 p.m. Consider volunteering a little of your weekend to serve the community that gives so much to our industry. Contact Michael Dey for details.