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By Joe Cabbil ( on Wednesday, May 24, 2006 - 6:47 pm: Edit Post

Cancer survivors, stroke victims, wheelchair-bound senior citizens, struggling families, and school children are having their wishes granted with a free beautification of their homes and schools.

CLICK HERE TO VOLUNTEER --- > www.unitedwepaint.org

Name: United We Paint Coalition
Date: Saturday, June 3rd, 2006
Time: 8 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Area: Throughout Orange County (including cities such as Santa Ana, La Habra, Westminster, Fullerton, etc)

Ages: All Ages Welcome (Business groups & families)
What: Home Painting and Beautification (Home Makeover Event)
Info: No Special Skills required. Everything is provided!

Volunteers Fulfill The Wishes of Seniors & Children

The United We Paint Coalition (UWP) announced that volunteer efforts on Saturday, June 3rd, 2006 will revitalize homes owned by low-income seniors, military families, physically or mentally challenged individuals, and economically-disadvantaged families throughout Orange County absolutely free of charge. Volunteers will also beautify community buildings such as public schools, day-care centers, teen centers, senior centers, and non-profit buildings. Painting, landscaping, wheelchair ramps, and appliance installation are services provided by United We Paint. The United We Paint Coalition is now seeking volunteers to help beautify the homes and schools nominated. Families are welcome to join the efforts and all volunteers receive a free lunch. All paint and supplies are provided.

Volunteer deadline is June 1st.

Visit www.unitedwepaint.org to volunteer today.


About United We Paint

United We Paint Coalition (www.unitedwepaint.org) is a group of companies that have united their financial and employee resources to provide services to America's most vulnerable citizens - Children and Seniors. 350 homes and schools received revitalization during the last 7 years with an estimated community improvement value of $2,500,000. More than 10,000 volunteers have participated throughout California. The United We Paint Coalition also works to improve communications between corporations and non-profits to further enhance community goodwill services. Most projects culminate during an annual one-day event. Additional projects are implemented throughout the year in select cities.

Website Info: www.unitedwepaint.org

For Questions Call:

Jason Zotara
Managing Director
United We Paint Coalition

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