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Posted on: September 17, 2021

Fix It Blitz

Fix It Blitz Volunteers

Make a difference in your community by being part of the 2021 Neighborhood Initiative Program Fix It Blitz on Saturday, October 16. The annual Fix It Blitz is a time of community service when volunteers unite in a common mission to improve the lives of others. It is a day to celebrate the power of people to make a difference!

Fix It Blitz volunteers make a difference by helping the elderly, disabled, single parents and veterans who are struggling to complete needed minor exterior property repairs and yard work. Projects may include mowing, tree trimming, fence repair, debris removal, light construction, painting, etc. There will be projects for all ages and skill levels. Please register online by September 27 to be assigned a project and receive your free t-shirt. 

Donations are very important to the work of the Neighborhood Initiative Program as we support those who are economically challenged. Donations are used to purchase building materials, tools, supplies and equipment needed to complete home maintenance projects. We have several sponsor opportunities for those wishing to support this worthwhile cause while gaining exposure for a business or organization.

To volunteer, make a donation or see if you qualify for assistance, visit www.nrhtx.com/NIP, call 817-427-6651 or e-mail NIP@nrhtx.com.

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