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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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Specification
At a glance
  • 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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Thank you to our friends at WCPO 9 for helping us spread the word about our work of providing critical and emergency home repair services, which is needed now more than ever to ensure our most vulnerable neighbors can stay safely in their homes during times of uncertainty.Your support of PWC will make an impact on the lives of low-income neighbors including families with young children, seniors, people with disabilities, and other at-risk populations within your own community. Donate now: http://bit.ly/DonateToPWC

Thank you to our friends at WCPO 9 for helping us spread the word about our work of providing critical and emergency home repair services, which is needed now more than ever to ensure our most vulnerable neighbors can stay safely in their homes during times of uncertainty.

Your support of PWC will make an impact on the lives of low-income neighbors including families with young children, seniors, people with disabilities, and other at-risk populations within your own community. Donate now: bit.ly/DonateToPWC
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Latest update: Liz at PWC was kind enough to call me to make sure I understood why they couldn’t help me this time. And to ease my fears of no help. I was able to reassure her I wasn’t complaining. Lord knows I’ve been helped by PWC many times over the past few years. I AM however, disappointed that not enough state nor federal taxes were awarded so PWC could continue with their aid to seniors and the residents of Hamilton County

You guys are Superman thanks 🇺🇸

I was told there are NO FUNDS for repairs! And, I’ve been a PWC client for years!

I have been pleading for over a year to fix a leaking pipe in my basement....I realize that I do not matter anymore...More people than me in need...Talked to very rudely when inquiring about said issue...Moving on...PWC what happened to you?

Weatherization Tip: If youre weatherizing your home for spring, be sure to choose window treatments that allow you to utilize natural light. Youll soak up the sun — and save money on your next energy bill!

Weatherization Tip: If you're weatherizing your home for spring, be sure to choose window treatments that allow you to utilize natural light. You'll soak up the sun — and save money on your next energy bill! ... See MoreSee Less

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s “WaterSense Challenge” is an easy way to get the whole family involved in a task that will help out around the house. This challenge encourages families to “play detective” and investigate areas around the home for leaks that could be costing you big.Download a full checklist to help you get started searching for clues here: http://bit.ly/2tO5aIq #FixALeakWeek

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s “WaterSense Challenge” is an easy way to get the whole family involved in a task that will help out around the house. This challenge encourages families to “play detective” and investigate areas around the home for leaks that could be costing you big.

Download a full checklist to help you get started searching for clues here: bit.ly/2tO5aIq #FixALeakWeek
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People Working Cooperatively recognizes the critical role our services play in the communities we serve. We, like you, continue to closely monitor updates from local, state, and federal public health officials regarding the spread of the COVID-19 virus to ensure we are taking the preventive measures necessary to keep our valued clients and employees safe.At this time, PWC remains committed to strengthening communities by providing repair, weatherization, and modification services to our neighbors in need. However, in accordance with CDC guidelines and in an effort to flatten the curve of exposure and illness, we are focusing our services on the most time-sensitive, emergency repairs our most vulnerable neighbors in need require in order to stay safely in their homes. Our trained technicians will only enter client homes when repairs require it, wearing protective gear, and practicing PWC’s hygiene standards. Other non-emergency services may be temporarily suspended to a later date based on directives from government and public health officials.We ask that clients do not visit the PWC office at this time and to reach out to us by phone at (513) 351-7921.Every year, PWC provides critical and emergency home repairs to thousands of low-income, elderly, and disabled homeowners. Our senior homeowners and those living with disabilities who are in need of serious emergency home repairs have no other options. Now, more than ever, they are concerned about what to do and need PWC’s trusted help. To continue to meet these needs, especially in this time of uncertainty, we need your support. Please consider making a donation today to help us continue to serve those who need our assistance most: http://bit.ly/DonateToPWC

People Working Cooperatively recognizes the critical role our services play in the communities we serve. We, like you, continue to closely monitor updates from local, state, and federal public health officials regarding the spread of the COVID-19 virus to ensure we are taking the preventive measures necessary to keep our valued clients and employees safe.

At this time, PWC remains committed to strengthening communities by providing repair, weatherization, and modification services to our neighbors in need. However, in accordance with CDC guidelines and in an effort to flatten the curve of exposure and illness, we are focusing our services on the most time-sensitive, emergency repairs our most vulnerable neighbors in need require in order to stay safely in their homes. Our trained technicians will only enter client homes when repairs require it, wearing protective gear, and practicing PWC’s hygiene standards. Other non-emergency services may be temporarily suspended to a later date based on directives from government and public health officials.

We ask that clients do not visit the PWC office at this time and to reach out to us by phone at (513) 351-7921.

Every year, PWC provides critical and emergency home repairs to thousands of low-income, elderly, and disabled homeowners. Our senior homeowners and those living with disabilities who are in need of serious emergency home repairs have no other options. Now, more than ever, they are concerned about what to do and need PWC’s trusted help. To continue to meet these needs, especially in this time of uncertainty, we need your support. Please consider making a donation today to help us continue to serve those who need our assistance most: bit.ly/DonateToPWC
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Following the lead of Ohio Governor Mike DeWine, PWC is postponing the 4th Annual ToolBelt Ball. This event is very important for PWC and the population we serve; however, we must consider the health and safety of our community first.

While our event will not be happening on March 21st, PWC’s commitment to our community moves forward through our service to our neighbors in need, which is made possible by sponsors, volunteers and supporters like you.

Take a look back at the work we completed for the family introduced at last year's event, and stay tuned to our social media channels for further ToolBelt Ball updates. #ToolBeltBall
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Sorry you have to postpone your event that brings you much needed income to PWC. PWC is so important to those of us that can't do some household repairs ourselves. Thank you for being here for us.