On July 1, over a dozen Power Automedia employees, and their families, volunteered with Habitat for Humanity’s “A Brush With Kindness.”
A Brush With Kindness, and its volunteers, assist low-income homeowners in the Inland Empire and surrounding areas, who struggle to maintain the exterior of their homes, to reclaim their homes with pride and dignity. They offer painting, landscaping, and minor repair services for those in need.
Not only does the program revitalize the appearance of neighborhoods and encourage community connection, it also preserves affordable housing stock.
Power Automedia employees’ contributions took place in the city of Moreno Valley, where they worked for four hours painting homes.
“Volunteering for Habitat for Humanity’s ‘A Brush with Kindness’ was a very rewarding experience for me,” said Brittany Poleon, Power Automedia Administrative Operations Manager. “The help we provided to the family by painting their house was great! It was awesome to see what a difference we made to the look of the house with just a few gallons of paint. It was also great volunteering my time, along with some of co-workers and their families, to make a difference in our local community.”
Did you know?
One of Power Automedia’s core values is to “be kind and loving,” and while this pertains to coworkers and clients on a daily basis, Power Automedia believes it’s important to balance business with love and kindness and that everyone deserves kindness, whether celebrating a victory or navigating through a challenging situation.
Contributions like these help this Habitat for Humanity program ensure families have safe and well-maintained homes.
If you live in Southern California and are interested in volunteering for A Brush With Kindness or any other of Habitat For Humanity’s programs, please visit http://www.habitatriverside.org/.