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32nd Annual Prepare Affair

November 17, 2018
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Cincinnati, OH United States
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  • 3 Hour Shift

  • 6+

  • 3,000 Volunteers

What we'll doHelp low-income, elderly and disabled homeowners prepare their homes for winter.
Who can do itAnyone 6+

Prepare Affair is a volunteer event that brings together more than 3,000 volunteers to help low-income, elderly and disabled homeowners prepare their homes for winter. One of the largest one-day events in the tri-state, volunteers at Prepare Affair will perform winter preparation activities that will make a huge difference for elderly homeowners with physical limitations.

Cincinnati, OH United States
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People Working Cooperatively has been changing the lives of people in southwestern Ohio, northern Kentucky, and southeastern Indiana for over 40 years — but we couldn’t do it without your support! Donate now to help your neighbors who need our services most: http://bit.ly/DonateToPWC

People Working Cooperatively has been changing the lives of people in southwestern Ohio, northern Kentucky, and southeastern Indiana for over 40 years — but we couldn’t do it without your support! Donate now to help your neighbors who need our services most: bit.ly/DonateToPWC ... See MoreSee Less

If someone you know is in need of handicapped-accessible ramps or chair/stair lifts, our “Modifications for Mobility” program may be able to help. Read more and discover if you are eligible for People Working Cooperatively’s services here: http://bit.ly/PWCModificationsForMobility

If someone you know is in need of handicapped-accessible ramps or chair/stair lifts, our “Modifications for Mobility” program may be able to help. Read more and discover if you are eligible for People Working Cooperatively’s services here: bit.ly/PWCModificationsForMobility ... See MoreSee Less

 

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They were a wonderful help to my mom! Thank you!!♥️

Are you tidying up around the house in the New Year? In partnership with EBTH, People Working Cooperatively is seeking items such as antiques, art, furniture, jewelry, and more to be auctioned off at our annual ToolBelt Ball this spring!All proceeds from the auction will go to support PWCs mission of performing critical home repairs and services for our low-income, elderly, and disabled homeowners throughout the Cincinnati area.Learn more by checking out the flyer below, then visit PARTNERS.EBTH.COM/PWC to get started. Thanks for your support!

Are you tidying up around the house in the New Year? In partnership with EBTH, People Working Cooperatively is seeking items such as antiques, art, furniture, jewelry, and more to be auctioned off at our annual ToolBelt Ball this spring!

All proceeds from the auction will go to support PWC's mission of performing critical home repairs and services for our low-income, elderly, and disabled homeowners throughout the Cincinnati area.

Learn more by checking out the flyer below, then visit PARTNERS.EBTH.COM/PWC to get started. Thanks for your support!
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People Working Cooperatively’s energy conservation/weatherization services can help you take control of your energy usage and save on your utility bills. Find out if you qualify here: http://bit.ly/PWCWeatherization

People Working Cooperatively’s energy conservation/weatherization services can help you take control of your energy usage and save on your utility bills. Find out if you qualify here: bit.ly/PWCWeatherization ... See MoreSee Less

 

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We don’t qualify, but I wish we did! Actually, this old house is so weird and hard to work on - I don’t know if there is much that could be done anyway.

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People Working Cooperatively
The services performed by People Working Cooperatively are truly critical — like building a ramp for a local veteran, Jim.In 2014, Jim had knee surgery and became unable to navigate the steps leading in and out of his home. His mobility was further challenged after recently suffering a stroke.When Jim used his new ramp for the first time, he choked back tears and said it was the first time he had been able to get out of the house on his own since surgery. “You have no idea how glad I am that now a change of scenery means more than just going from the living room to the kitchen.”PWC serves those who often have nowhere else to turn, offering a helping hand in a time of crisis. Learn more and get involved: http://bit.ly/PWCVolunteerImage attachment

The services performed by People Working Cooperatively are truly critical — like building a ramp for a local veteran, Jim.

In 2014, Jim had knee surgery and became unable to navigate the steps leading in and out of his home. His mobility was further challenged after recently suffering a stroke.

When Jim used his new ramp for the first time, he choked back tears and said it was the first time he had been able to get out of the house on his own since surgery. “You have no idea how glad I am that now a change of scenery means more than just going from the living room to the kitchen.”

PWC serves those who often have nowhere else to turn, offering a helping hand in a time of crisis. Learn more and get involved: bit.ly/PWCVolunteer
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