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Project Mend-A-House Welcomes New Executive Director

project mend a houseThe Board of Directors of Project Mend-A-House is pleased to announce the appointment of Executive Director Karen Mills.   Karen previously was with Wheels for Wellness and brings a wealth of knowledge about working with low-income seniors, veterans and those with disabilities.

“We are excited to welcome Karen to Project Mend-A-House.  Her enthusiasm and excitement about continuing our basic work of home repairs will help our organization to assist so many more residents,” said Barbara Reese, Board of Directors Secretary.  “We have three big projects in progress and Karen’s skills will help us to raise the money we need to finish these projects.”

PMAH helps low income seniors, disabled and veterans with home repairs and modifications, home safety and fall prevention such as grab bars for bathrooms or ramps for limited mobility.  Last year PMAH served over 187 residents with nearly 500 tasks.  Projects are completed by volunteers from the community.

For additional information about Project Mend-A-House or to refer someone who needs assistance, please call 703-792-7663, email [email protected] or visit pmahweb.org to download an application.

By Prince William Living

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