Every year, Habitat partners with Impact Cleveland, Ocoee Outreach, and Broad Street United Methodist’s Men’s Group to complete neighborhood repair projects in Bradley County.
Through this initiative, we are able to revitalize neighborhoods in Bradley County into safe and inviting places for current and future residents. The Neighborhood Revitalization initiative aims to assist homeowners with repairs to their homes. Examples of Neighborhood Revitalization projects include: repairs and replacements of existing wheelchair ramps, porches, gutters, sheet rock, ceilings, and floor systems.
This year, over 20 families will be helped through the Neighborhood Revitalization initiatives in 2016. These projects are able to become a reality because of the support from sponsors and volunteer labor. The following sponsors and volunteer groups have partnered with us to make much-needed repairs a reality for families in our community:
Broad Street United Methodist’s Men’s Group
Cleveland State Community College
Habitat’s Regular Construction Volunteers
The Home Depot