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We partnered with Hope Through Care, a shelter for women and children, to renovate their water-damaged handi-accessible bathroom. It wasn’t until we ripped up the tile that we saw the severity of the situation, but in a week we managed to replace half the subfloor, install a new shower pan, and tile the floor, walls, and shower. This bathroom renovation has enabled them to continue providing a temporary and cozy home for homeless families. And it’s been a pleasure to come alongside a leader as passionate and dedicated to helping others as Lilliana is with the women and children she serves.

Job Estimate: $18,000
Project Cost: $2,000
SHM Savings: $16,000

Hope Through Care

by Christina Mendez

  • $2,000.00

    Funding Goal
  • $2,000.00

    Funds Raised
  • 0

    Days to go
  • Target Goal

    Campaign End Method
Raised Percent :
100.00%
The campaign is successful.
89 1st Street Clifton, NJ 07011, United States (US)

Christina Mendez

9 Campaigns | 0 Loved campaigns

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Campaign Story

We partnered with Hope Through Care, a shelter for women and children, to renovate their water-damaged handi-accessible bathroom. It wasn’t until we ripped up the tile that we saw the severity of the situation, but in a week we managed to replace half the subfloor, install a new shower pan, and tile the floor, walls, and shower. This bathroom renovation has enabled them to continue providing a temporary and cozy home for homeless families. And it’s been a pleasure to come alongside a leader as passionate and dedicated to helping others as Lilliana is with the women and children she serves.

Job Estimate: $18,000
Project Cost: $2,000
SHM Savings: $16,000

  • $2,000.00

    Funding Goal
  • $2,000.00

    Funds Raised
  • 0

    Days to go
  • Target Goal

    Campaign End Method
Raised Percent :
100.00%
The campaign is successful.
89 1st Street Clifton, NJ 07011, United States (US)

Christina Mendez

9 Campaigns | 0 Loved campaigns

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We partnered with Hope Through Care, a shelter for women and children, to renovate their water-damaged handi-accessible bathroom. It wasn’t until we ripped up the tile that we saw the severity of the situation, but in a week we managed to replace half the subfloor, install a new shower pan, and tile the floor, walls, and shower. This bathroom renovation has enabled them to continue providing a temporary and cozy home for homeless families. And it’s been a pleasure to come alongside a leader as passionate and dedicated to helping others as Lilliana is with the women and children she serves.

ID Name Email Amount
1752 $2,000.00