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December 23, 2014
On October 25th, 14 Generation United members and supporters gathered at Angel House, a day shelter program for homeless families. Angel House is a program of House of Neighborly Service, which recently moved into a new space in Loveland. Generation United volunteers helped to paint the new space, organize and install shelves, and make blankets for clients. The welcoming space provides families in need with a comfortable place to get back on their feet and receive services.
Thank you to our generous Generation United volunteers who made this project a success and to the staff of Angel House and House of Neighborly Service for hosting the project.
By the numbers:
- 14: The number of Generation United members and supporters for volunteered for this project
- 51: The number of volunteer hours contributed to this project
- $22.55: The national value of one volunteer hour
- $1,150: The value of time contributed to this project by Generation United volunteers
- $1,540: The total impact of the volunteer project for Angel House including the materials purchased
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