24 Hours of Repair Services donated to Shalom Center
To celebrate the Mr. Handyman 2010 National Day of Service and to give back to the community, Mr. Handyman of Kenosha to Geneva will be performing repair and maintenance jobs in Salem, Wisconsin for a worthy cause - all without collecting a single penny in labor costs.
As part of President Obama's request to renew America through volunteerism, Mr. Handyman, a full-service home repair and maintenance franchise and the No. 1 employer of handymen nationwide, will donate 24 hours of free handyman service to The Shalom Center's new food pantry.
During the National Day of Service, Mr. Handyman will send three skilled technicians to perform several projects at the facility such as installing a new ceramic tile floor , installing window shades and erecting security fencing for free.
"We are thrilled to be working as part of Mr. Handyman's National Day of Service campaign," said Greg Kruchko, local owner of Mr. Handyman. "We are always looking for ways to give back to our community and we are excited to be a part of a national operation to help organizations in need."
Nationwide, more than 500 hours of free work are being donated on this day from Mr. Handyman businesses. Skilled technicians are giving their time to homeless shelters, hospitals, senior care centers, schools and churches, as well as non-profits and other community service organizations.
The efforts of Mr. Handyman of Kenosha were featured this article by the Kenosha News.
Greg Kruchko is owner of Mr. Handyman of Kenosha to Geneva providing Handyman Services to Salem, WI. All Mr. Handyman franchises are Fully Insured - General Liability and Workers Compensation. Each franchise individually owned and operated. Some services subject to state and local licensing and may not be available at Mr. Handyman all locations. Click here to request service in your area.