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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Homeless & Housing, Housing Rehabilitation

Mission: TO PROVIDE HOME IMPROVEMENT OPPORTUNITIES.

Results: In 2010, we more than doubled the number of homes receiving home repairs that improve health and safety to 33. In 2011, since June, we have done the same for 38 and hope to reach by April 50!

Target demographics: Lemay homeowners and residents priority to low-income, senior, disabled, and those with code violations.

Geographic areas served: Lemay Census Designated Place

Programs: Affordable Homes for Sale. Homeowner professional repairs. Volunteer home beautification Homeowner education. Coming soon: Home Improvement Loans

Community Stories

3 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I've known and been involved with Lemay Housing Partnership for 6 years and have nothing but wonderful things to say about their work in the community. They have a great staff and have made tremendous strides over the years in becoming a driving force and influence in neighborhood revitalization and beautification. I've volunteered many times most recently helping rake leaves at multiple home sites.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I have volunteered a couple times for Lemay Housing Partnership and I have had nothing but wonderful experiences. The people there are so incredibly kind and giving of themselves. This organization does so much good work and I definitely support their cause. All of my volunteer experiences have been great and they made me feel like I could make a difference.

Volunteer

Rating: 4

I serve on the Board of Directors of the Lemay Housing Partnership, a community-based nonprofit organization. The organization strenthens the Lemay community by providing services that support the residents of the community and the housing stock in which they reside. I volunteer my time to this organization instead of othrs because of the ability to leverage the available funding with the use of volunteer labor and energy in everything they do. For instance, repairs that are made to the home of existing residents are increased beyond what contrating work funding can provide, because volunteers perform the labor of less technical tasks. This makes every government and private dollar go that much further.