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We here at Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles (HFH GLA) are looking to help out residents of Hawaiian Gardens area with our A Brush With Kindness (ABWK) program. The ABWK program provides zero-cost home repairs for homeowners that are unable to make them on their own do to physical or financial limitations. The home repairs that ABWK provides consist of minor exterior repairs, landscaping, and or painting, and are performed by an all-volunteer workforce in just a few days. This program is a good alternative for residents who are currently enrolled in the city’s Beautification Program which has a five-year waiting list, as the home repairs for the ABWK program are scheduled to begin as soon as January.

If you are a Hawaiian Gardens homeowner who struggles to maintain your home, due to age, disability or family circumstances, and are interested in learning more about our A Brush With Kindness (ABWK) program come join Representatives of the Homeowner Relations Department, Renne Sanchez and Magna Bahm, on October 18th at 4pm in the City Hall Council Chambers (located at 21815 Pioneer Blvd map). Renne and Magna will provide an overview of the ABWK program, including the type of work performed, before and after pictures of ABWK projects, eligibility requirements and much more.

Additional information and down loadable applications for the ABWK programs, available throughout Los Angeles, can also be found online at www.habitatla.org.

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About Erin Rank
Erin Rank is the CEO of Habitat for Humanity L.A. Please see more of her posts on this blog as well as google+.

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