All posts by Corrie Anderson

What we DO for Disabled Vets in their homes…

What We Do…

Let us sweat the Small Stuff!

Fix/Repair

Broken Doors, Windows, Decking, Patios, Gates & Small sections of Fences

Patch Holes in walls/doors

Hang Pictures, Mirrors and Blinds

Build Wheelchair ramps

Put up Safety Bars

Clean-up Yards

Mow Lawns

Paint Small areas

Replace Filters

Pick-Up Donations

CANNOT COMMIT TO…

Electrical

Plumbing

ANYTHING on the Roof

Build Fences

Hang Cabinetry

Replace Concrete

Drywall/Mudding

Tilework

Large Haul-Offs

Moving

Helping Veterans Help the Community

We gave Jerry, a 21 year Army vet from Korea, 2 huge bags filled with stuffed animals for the kids at the Sheltering Tree Foundation, this is after we gave him a few last week, when the kids went crazy for them! It’s funny how we just received 10 bags of stuffed animals today. Perfect timing!!!
 
The Veterans Thrift Store…Helping Veterans help the Community!!

Voted among the Top 3 non-profits by Spokane Valley Chamber

Last year in 2016 Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce voted Free Handyman for Disabled Vets among the top 3 non-profits in Spokane Valley. What an honor! Encouraging us to continue on our mission to assist the local disabled and widowed veterans community.

We are always needing volunteers and donations (monetary, time and items in good condition for the thrift store). All is welcome!

Volunteer application under Volunteer Info above

A Vet helping Vets!

We have donated a 1993 Impala to help Brandon, an Army veteran and his mother who was the first female in the Air Force here!! Brandon has recently been volunteering with us as a handyman for projects for freehandyman.org. It’s people like Brandon who help us accomplish what we do!

Thank you Brandon and your mom, both, for serving both actively and in the community!