ACTIVE PROJECTS -
Dayton, ohio tornado response
Obviously the current situation in our country and around the globe has effected the progress of disaster rebuild. Volunteer groups from out of state have cancelled their trips, and it is difficult to determine just when we might see "normal operations" resume.
In the mean while, Marcy and I will be continuing our work. The current restrictions do qualify contractors as essential services, thus we are in compliance with state directives to continue working.
Of course we want to do so safely!
- The homeowners we currently have waiting are displaced (not currently living in their tornado damaged home). This alleviates the concern of contaminating those we are serving.
- We are only going to schedule two to four (2-4) volunteers per work site, perhaps more if they are family groups. We are able to do siding, roofing and other exterior work while others work on interior repairs.
In this manner we can safely engage our volunteers.
- More than ever, we encourage the use of safety glasses, masks and frequent use of hand sanitizer. Sanitizer will be provided for cleaning tools and equipment after each use, and we will structure the work assignments to facilitate social distancing.
If you are available and would like to join us, please stay tuned for further updates. Whatever else we face as a community -- there are still families displaced from their homes who need our help!!!