Posts Tagged ‘Southern California Edison’

25
Jul

We are so thrilled to partner with Southern California Edison to build homes and this week they took their support to a new level by donating more than 200 framed pieces of art to our Los Angeles ReStores. The artwork is available for purchase in our local ReStores in Gardena and Norwalk.  Thank you SCE for your generous support! Visit us for Restore hours and learn how you can donate furniture and other items to be put back into homes in the local Southern California community. Related Posts: New ReStore Blog Showcases Treasures and DIY Projects

24
Aug

25 Edison International Staffers Volunteered on the “Mayor’s Build” Home Alongside Future Homeowners, the Lopez Family Los Angeles, CA – August 24, 2011: Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles (HFH GLA) and the Long Beach Housing Development Company have partnered to build a newly constructed, affordable and sustainable home in honor of Honorable Mayor Bob Foster and sponsored by Edison International.  In addition to sponsoring the home, Edison International volunteers have been helping to build it, with over 75 already participating and many more yet to do so. Enrique and Sonya Lopez are the future homeowners and have been building with volunteers as part of their purchase agreement to complete 500 hours of “sweat equity”.  On Saturday, August 20, the Lopez’ were amazed to witness the amount of work completed by the Edison volunteers as well as the ...

04
Mar

Long Beach Mayor Bob Foster and Habitat for Humanity Greater Los Angeles (HFH GLA) raised the first walls on the Mayor’s Build House for the Lopez family today.  The construction of the house should be completed by the end of the year. “Today is a great day to help a well-deserving family set new roots in Long Beach,” said Mayor Bob Foster.  “I’m delighted to be part of today’s celebration and I’m looking forward to help build a new home for the Lopez family.” The recipients of the Mayor’s Build are the Lopez family who are long-time residents of Long Beach.  Enrique Lopez works for St. Mary’s Hospital in Long Beach and his wife Sonia works for the Long Beach Unified School District.  Their children, Angel (15) and Anthony (8), are currently students in the Long Beach Unified School District and their youngest son, Adan, is one-year old. “We can’t thank ...