Sep 13Interstate Restoration charity event raises $22,500 for Mercy Housing residents
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 9/13/2016
Contact: Amelia Laing (303) 830-3432
DENVER, CO —Interstate Restoration’s 12th annual charity golf tournament yielded $22,500 to benefit Mercy Housing, an affordable housing non-profit that serves thousands of Coloradans with low incomes by providing them with affordable homes and services designed to help them live to their full potential.
“We are so grateful for Interstate Restoration’s continued support,” said Chris Burkhardt, Chief Operations Officer of Mercy Housing. “Interstate’s generous gift will help provide safe, decent homes and Resident Services to the families, seniors, veterans, and people with special needs living in Mercy Housing communities.”
Interstate Restoration’s fundraiser comes as the state’s affordable housing crisis continues, and in many places worsens. One in four renters in the state pays more than half their income on housing costs. Of these renters, most are families with children, seniors, households with at least one disabled adult, and veterans.
“Interstate cultivates a “giving mission” within the company,” said Chuck Borden, executive vice president, of Interstate. “One of our core values is to always “do the right thing” and we believe that giving back is an integral part of our culture. We are beyond thankful our clients, vendors, and employees share our charitable passion for helping others in need.”
Since its inception, the annual golf classic has raised nearly $212,500 for charitable causes. More than 96 golfers participated in the 2016 charity tournament with 25 companies providing sponsorships to raise funds for the event held September 9th at Lone Tree Golf Course in Lone Tree, Colorado. Corporate sponsors contributing a total of $10,000 were Prep-Rite Coatings & Contracting, Aramsco, Sunbelt Rentals, CRDN; a platinum sponsor contributing $2,000 total was OneSource; Gold sponsors contributing a total of $6,000 were Region 8 Environmental, Anton Collins Mitchell LLP, FastModeling, and CMI Mechanical.
About Mercy Housing
Mercy Housing, one of the nation’s largest affordable housing nonprofits, was established by the Sisters of Mercy in 1981. The organization has more than 30 years’ experience developing, preserving, managing, and financing affordable, program-enriched housing. Mercy Housing’s subsidiaries further the organization’s mission: Mercy Housing Management Group offers professional property management and Mercy Loan Fund finances nonprofit organizations.
Serving tens of thousands of people with low incomes in 41 states, Mercy Housing works with families, seniors, veterans, and people with special needs in order to build a more humane world where poverty is alleviated, communities are healthy, and all people can develop their full potential. To learn more about Mercy Housing and the services it provides, visit www.mercyhousing.org.
About Interstate Restoration
Interstate Restoration is a nationwide emergency response restoration and general contractor company. We specialize in assisting owners and managers of commercial properties recover from fire, flood and natural disasters. Interstate makes coping with a disaster more manageable by providing one place for all of your emergency restoration and reconstruction services, and property damage consulting needs. This means you can focus on the important stuff¾ like getting back to business and life. To find out more, visit our website at InterstateRestoration.com or call us at 800-622-6433.
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