HomeAid Inland Empire Executive Director Julie Reay is pictured with Harold Vandiver of All Southern California Escrow, Inc. and 1-2-3 HomeKeys. Harold, an important supporter of HAIE, wasn't able to attend the 2017 Champions Breakfast event last November, so Julie caught up with him at the 1-2-3 HomeKeys Agent Networking Meeting this past week in Pomona.
As HomeAid Inland Empire gears up for the 2018 Essentials for Young Lives event, Executive Director Julie Reay coordinated the distribution of remaining diapers and baby wipes to our service providers - including Coachella Valley Rescue Mission, Foothill Family Shelter, High Desert Homeless Services, LSS Genesis House, Mary's Mercy Center, Operation Grace, Operation SafeHouse, Path of Life Ministries, Project T.O.U.C.H., Rancho Damacitas Empowerment Village, Time for Change, Valley Restart Shelter, and Veronica's Home of Mercy.
And it couldn't have been done without the support of our volunteers - including 8 members of Wells Fargo Team Jacob, 3 members of Wells Fargo Team Karen, and some BIA/LOT Team members: Brian Bush of Diversified Pacific Communities, Ronald Contreras of Fusion Sign & Design, and Elishama Spicer of Pacific Utility Installation.
PLUS - A big THANK YOU to Reliable Lumber for storing these important baby essentials, and offering their great staff to stage the supplies, move them around, and do whatever is needed to help!
HomeAid Inland Empire Executive Director Julie Reay meets with Rod Tawasha of US Bank, Lisa Weldy of Meridian Land Development, and Judy Hosseini of Paramount Residential Mortgage Group to discuss the upcoming 13th Annual Trap Shoot and Builder Chili Cook-Off. This year's event will be held on May the 4th at Redlands Shooting Park. Expect the usual fun, food, and competition!
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