“All of a sudden more than 100 people are all over our property, painting, cleaning up, landscaping, repairing, renovating …” said Tyrone Champion, Director of Community Touch, located on 20 acres in Bealeton, Virginia.
Words can’t describe how we feel,” said Champion. “We are so excited that HomeAid and Miller and Smith took time to help us in our effort to change lives for those less fortunate in Northern Virginia. This is really awesome.”
The renovation included repairs to the roof, leaking water systems, general landscaping, and more at the Victory Transitional Housing shelter and the Noah’s Ark Thrift Store. The work of Miller and Smith and its trade partners saved Community Touch more than $68,000.