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Cabinets & Designs President Maria Frank is an active member of the Greater Houston Business Association, and a member of the Remodelers Council, a committee dedicated to promoting excellence and professionalism within GHBA as well as public awareness of the Remodelers Council. The annual Remodelers Council Charity Project Work Day aims to serve both and is coming up on April 28, 2018. All RMC members look forward to this annual day of hard work, fun, and community outreach. This year’s event will benefit Wellsprings Village, Inc., a transitional residence program which offers long-term transitional housing and supportive services for homeless and abused women in Houston.
“I’m so proud to work with so many incredible professionals here in Houston,” says C&D President Maria Frank. “Working with the Remodelers Council is so rewarding, and their work benefits so many different great causes here in Houston. Wellsprings Village is a wonderful organization, and we’re thrilled to play just a small role in building their future.”
About GHBA & RMC
The Greater Houston Business Association is the largest home builders’ association in Texas and the fourth largest in the United States. The Remodelers Council is actively engaged in charitable events in the community throughout the year, including the annual Charity Work Day, an Annual Charity Golf Tournament, AIA Sandcastle Weekend, and more.
About Wellsprings Village, Inc.
Wellsprings Village offers Houston’s homeless and abused women a place to stay and services to help them get back on their feet, including case management, household and personal supplies, food and clothing, transportation, counseling, life skills and job education. You can learn more about the organization, including how to volunteer or make a donation, by visiting the Wellsprings Village online.