On April 28, 2018, volunteers from the GHBA Remodelers Council gathered at Wellsprings Village in southwest Houston for the annual RMC Charity Work Day. Wellsprings Village is a nonprofit organization offering aid to homeless and abused women in Houston—transitional housing, plus support services such as food, clothing, transportation, job education, and more.
“The Remodelers Council volunteers worked hard on some really great updates,” said Cabinets & Designs President and RMC member Maria Frank. “New paint, updated lighting, new appliances—those are just a few of the changes. And so many folks chipped in to help, including donating time and materials. In fact, the money raised goes so much further because so many materials are donated. We truly hope these updates make a big difference in the lives of Wellsprings’ residents.”
About Wellsprings Village
Established in 1988, Wellsprings Village has helped hundreds of women get back on their feet after experiencing homelessness and/or abuse. The Wellsprings Village mission is: “To provide a safe, stable environment for homeless and abused women to grow. We seek to empower them to become economically, emotionally, self-sustaining, contributing members of society.” In addition to providing housing, Wellsprings Village provides a host of support services including:
- Personal supplies
- Food & clothing
- Household items
- Life skills education
- Job search assistance
- Case management
- Individual counseling
- Financial education & coaching
- Spiritual growth & development
Read additional coverage of the GHBA Remodelers Council Charity Day in the Houston Chronicle. Call 713-627-8970 to make an appointment to work with one of our talented kitchen designers. Don’t forget to stay connected with Cabinets & Designs on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Houzz!