Raised funds will provide critical home repairs for low-income homeowners in Las Vegas valley
LAS VEGAS – The results are in for Rebuilding Together Southern Nevada’s (RTSNV) first-ever Swing Fore Safe Homes Golf Tournament! A total of $27,700 was raised, thanks to event participants and sponsors, which will allow the nonprofit to provide major critical repairs to approximately five homes at no cost to low-income valley homeowners, including seniors, veterans and people with disabilities.
“As the pandemic continues and groups at high-risk of serious complications from COVID-19 are encouraged to remain in their homes, it’s vital that these homes are safe,” said RTSNV Executive Director Bob Cleveland. “Thanks to the incredible generosity of our Swing Fore Safe Homes attendees, RTSNV can continue making critical repairs, including replacing sagging roofs at risk of collapse and broken HVAC units, to help keep Southern Nevada’s most vulnerable populations safe.”
The inaugural event was held on Monday, Sept. 28 at Reflection Bay Golf Club in Henderson. Sponsors included: AMAYA Roofing & Waterproofing, Inc., Albertsons and Vons, ORG Portfolio Management, Southwest Specialty Contractors, Subaru of Las Vegas, Integra Golf, Johnson Controls, Inc., Chicago Title of Nevada, Ruiter Construction, Commercial Roofers, Inc., Integrated Landscape Management, Koldair Heating & Air Conditioning, Southwest Specialty Contractors, Norman S Wright of Southern Nevada, Chris & Martha Carter, CBRE, Inc., ServiceMaster EMT, GSL Electric, Wright, Marsh & Levy and Mechanical Products Nevada.
More information about RTSNV’s initiatives, and continued pursuit of providing safe homes for everyone, is available at www.rtsnv.org.