It's received a $20,000 grant from the Home Depot Foundation. The donation will be used to build a lodge that sleeps six.
“We needed building materials to complete the first six man bunkhouse lodge at Renewal Ranch,” said James A. Loy, director of Renewal Ranch. “We were delighted to receive a $20,000 gift card from The Home Depot Foundation – our volunteers were so happy to get the supplies they needed!”
The Home Depot Foundation’s community grant program supports the work that local nonprofit organizations, public schools and other community organizations are doing to improve the physical health of their neighborhoods.
“We are delighted to support local projects aimed at creating healthier, more stable communities where families can thrive,” said Kelly Caffarelli, president, The Home Depot Foundation. “Renewal Ranch deserves enormous credit for the work it is doing, and we are glad to be part of their efforts.”
Renewal Ranch “Restoring Broken Lives Through Christ” is long term rehabilitation program for men who struggle with addiction. Due to addiction and bad choices, many will be homeless, unemployed, uninsured, emotionally and financially bankrupt, deep in debt, and a major drain on family and others. Many will have completely destroyed all family relationships.
Renewal Ranch shows these men love by feeding, housing, and ministering to them at no charge during their recovery. The goal is to offer them the opportunity to rebuild their lives, restore their broken families, and to help them become productive citizens of society.
The Home Depot Foundation was created in 2002 to further the community building goals of The Home Depot.
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