My Sister’s House in Sacramento is the latest remodel project completed by HomeAid Sacramento, to be dedicated on Wednesday, August 2018. The remodel of the organization’s staff offices and training facility was led by HomeAid Builder Captains, Hallmark Building and Development and Kenton Russell Architect.
“My Sister’s House fills a very important role in our community, supporting underserved women and children from Asian, Pacific Island and other communities,” said Beth Kang, Executive Director for HomeAid Sacramento. “It is HomeAid’s privilege to bring new life to the facility serving as a safe haven with job training and many community services. My Sister’s House is a valued nonprofit beneficiary that HomeAid is pleased to support.”
The retail value of the remodel is reported to be $39,000 with an in-kind value of over $19,897. The project was generously funded by SMUD, The Harry C. and Deborah L. Elliott Foundation, Rabobank, N.A. and Sacramento Association of Realtors, US Bank, Up John Foundation and HomeAid Builds. Trade partners supporting the project include Timberlake Cabinets, RDS Design Services, Dal Tile, MOVA Stone, JB Electric, Gold River Flooring, Production Framing, S & G Drywall, Fletcher Plumbing and West Window Fashions. “New flooring, window coverings, cabinets, countertops, paint, art work, accessories and more give the facility a whole new look!” said Nilda Valmores, Executive Director for My Sister’s House. “We are very amazed and grateful for the refreshed environment that goes a long way in adding to the feeling of stability we are trying to create at the facility.”
About My Sister’s House
My Sister’s House serves Asian, Pacific Islander and other women and children impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking. The facility provides a culturally appropriate and responsive safe haven with an array of programs including job training, health information, referrals, transportation, clothing, child care, housing assistance, counseling and other community services. Supportive services help clients move toward a state of stability and becoming self-sufficient. For more information visit http://www.my-sisters-house.org/.
About HomeAid Sacramento
HomeAid Sacramento has built hope in the Sacramento Region for nearly twenty-two years, and has completed over ninety projects in the community. HomeAid’s mission is to build new lives for homeless families and individuals through housing and community outreach. For more information please visit http://www.homeaidsac.org/.