HomeAid Houston and Grand View Builders joined representatives from Montgomery County Youth Services (MCYS) and Montgomery County Builders & Developers (MCBD) of the Greater Houston Builders Association to dedicate a newly constructed 600 square foot, climate-controlled storage unit for MCYS. The new facility frees up actual living space for kids from MCYS to use as a family room, game room and space for reading and relaxing.
Grand View Builders was the Builder Captain. Ron Martin and Marc Jungers, both with Grand View Builders directed the construction. Over the past few months, the team acquired 100% donations of the necessary materials, labor and services needed to complete the work.
Taking part in the dedication included: Marc Jungers and Ron Martin, Grand View; Scott Stevens, Montgomery County Builders & Developers board president; Alex Sutton, MCYS board president; John Bracken, MCYS executive director; Leslie King, HomeAid Care chairperson; Chris Denison, HomeAid board president; Bette Moser, HomeAid executive director, Lea Pipitone, HomeAid director of marketing and special events; Mike Dishberger, GHBA vice president and numerous vendors, MCYS staff and HomeAid board members.
American Eagle Electric, Inc., Big Tex Air Conditioning, City of Conroe, Corey Construction, Inc., D&R Signs, Glidden, H&S Building Material, LP, Hardware Resources, Houston Chronicle, Huss Painting, IBS Lighting LTD., On-Target Marketing, Star Drywall Contractors, Stock Building Supply, Stoecker Corp., Tennant Design, LLC, Texas Star Surveying, Eric L. Davis Engineering, Builders Post-Tension and Solid Foundation.
Montgomery County Youth Services is a not-for-profit United Way agency incorporated in 1979 to serve the needs of runaway, homeless and other at-risk youth. MCYS operates two distinct programs, Crisis Counseling and Prevention Services and Shelter Services. Shelter Services consists of Street Outreach Services, the BridgeWay Youth Emergency Shelter, and the Fairway Home Transitional Living Program. Youth served in the shelter program come from all over Texas; however priority is given to youth living in Montgomery County. The mission of the agency is to provide crisis counseling, shelter programs, and prevention services, to strengthen families, keep youth in school and prepare them to be productive citizens.
HomeAid Houston is a Greater Houston Builders Association charity. Since its inception, HomeAid has provided 390 beds for Houston area homeless and provided care for over 4200 individuals.
For more information on HomeAid Houston visit the website at www.homeaidhouston.org or call the Greater Houston Builders Association at 281-970-8970.