January 19 2010

Extreme Makeover Home Edition Volunteers Needed

by racheal

 

Tulsa’s leading home builder, Simmons Homes, is teaming up with ABC’s "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" once more for a third project, but this time, it’s to help a family in their own backyard.

 

"Our employee’s hearts and lives have been touched through our participation with ˜Extreme Makeover and the families we’ve been fortunate enough to help," said Greg Simmons, founder of Owasso-based Simmons Homes. "To be a part of the same spirit of generosity in our own community brings our amazing Extreme Team experience full circle."

 

Simmons Homes needs skilled/licensed craftsmen to volunteer for “Extreme Makeover Home Edition” onsite shifts; to make a well deserved family dreams come true. Extreme Makeover Home Edition volunteers should have experience in the home building industry with skills including electricians, painters, framers, plumbers and drywallers. "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" volunteers will be responsible for all transportation, lodging and food. In addition, Simmons Homes encourages other Tulsa community organizations to get involved by allowing employees to participate and/or donate tools and supplies. Visit www.extremesimmons.com to volunteer for "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" in Tulsa. 

 

The Tulsa "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" family’s name has not yet been released, to insure the family will enjoy the surprise, and the final project details will be announced the week of Jan. 15. The Simmons Homes team will work on the Extreme Makeover home for nearly one week.

 "You can be confident that the Tulsans receiving this home are truly deserving of our help," said Simmons. "We’re looking forward to building a team of local volunteers to really make a difference in this family’s lives."  

You can learn more and get involved at www.extremesimmons.com  

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Comments (1) -

12/14/2011 8:02:04 AM #

I am always so impressed by this show. They do such a quality job, so quickly. And I love seeing members of a community volunteer to help out a neighbor. It's actually that part that is my favorite. From electricians in the community to carpenters, to stay-at-home moms just wanting to help however they can, I love seeing people come out to support one of their own.

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