It has been another incredible month for Nate Post Homes! We were able to follow up with all of our recent closings, and ask our clients where they preferred the donation on their behalf be sent. Here is what they came up with:
Kent & Gina Seacat split theirs to go to:1) Extreme Community Makeover: ECM works around the clock on recruiting volunteers, and rebuilding different areas in Denver. They help those in need with repairs around the house. Their motto is “One Block At A Time”. Their director Angela has an incredible servants view. Thank you Angela, and ECM for all you are doing to help those in need of repairs. You are making an incredible difference. To read more about ECM, or to volunteer with them go to: www.extremecommunitymakeover.org/ 2) The other organization Kent and Gina chose was “Hands of The Carpenter”. Many of you may remember, they were a recipient chosen a few months ago. I recently attended a fundraiser by Hands, and must say to hear the stories of these single moms, who had no way to find transportation (something many of us take for granted), was incredible. One mother shared that she had to do everything she could to save her kids from an abusive father. She had to leave, and start over with nothing. Hands was very instrumental in getting her the help she needed. Thanks to Dan, Lindsay, and the whole staff for all they are doing for these single moms and widows! To learn more about Hands, please go to: www.ehands.org
Claire Schmalstieg:Claire closed on her home Wednesday and had a golf tournament the next day through her work with “Operation Homefront”. OH has had an enormous impact on the veterans, and overall military community on the front range. If you go to their website, you can see the huge range of services they offer to military families. These families sacrifice so much for us, and I am thankful there are organizations like OH to help them in times of need. Thanks to everyone involved with OH! To learn more, please visit: www.operationhomefront.net/rockymountains
Diane Bock:When I asked Diane which non-profit she would like to receive the donation, she said “Please find one that helps kids”. That we did! The Tennyson Center for Children are doing so much for families in children with almost any type of issue needing resolve. Their description says ” Tennyson Center works with children, youth, and their families to overcome a variety of life crises, including abuse and neglect”. That does not scratch the surface of all they do! If you would like to learn more about the Tennyson Center for Children, please visit www.tennysoncenter.org.
It is an incredible honor to give to these non-profits. These people are sacrificing so much throughout their own lives to encourage, mentor, help, or just unconditionally love those with needs greater than themselves. These are true heroes! Please contact them if you do not currently volunteer somewhere!