Current Family to Family Fund Project

Evie Sornberger, 72, has lived in her 115 year old home since 1973.  This mother of 2, grandmother of 8, and great-grandmother of 8 more, has been self-sufficient and a real go-getter her whole life. 
Evie managed the upkeep of her home until she was struck with a health condition involving her joints.  Since then, the original front steps to the main entrance have completely collapsed, and the foundation is caving in.  Knowing this is a safety issue, not only for visitors to her home but for curious children playing around the area, Evie attempted to work with a contractor to fix the issue.  Unfortunately, the contractor took her deposit, broke up the steps, and left without making the repairs.

In addition, Evie's 25 year old furnace needed repaired or replaced.  Someone came to look at it, became concerned so they turned off the gas.  Evie currently does not have a working furnace.

The Maleno Family to Family Fund team is on the job, and this time, Evie can rest assured that we won't leave until the job is finished!  She will be receiving a new furnace, a new porch, new steps and walkway, as well as some new concrete for her driveway.  

If you or someone you know would benefit from the Maleno Family to Family Fund, apply for help through the GECAC, the fund administrator:  Apply for Help.

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"We don't want the 'Extreme Makeover: Home Edition' build to be our first and last charitable project; we are committed to giving back on an ongoing basis." 

John Maleno

Founder and President

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