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Day of Caring continues

Day of Caring continues

The developers of Huntfield, a Greenvest Signature Community, continue their community support of the United Way's Day of Caring program with a presentation to Ann Smith, Executive Director of the Shenandoah Women's Center, Inc. in Charles Town. Travis Witmer, Project Manager for Huntfield, and Mayor Peggy Smith were on hand to make the presentation of a one-year service contract for the Center's heating system.
"When we were contacted to help with the Day of Caring program we were happy to participate", said Teri Westbrook, Senior Vice President of Operations at Greenvest. "When we were specifically asked to help with the Women's Center we were thrilled." "Helping the Women's Center is an ideal project for us." "We readily have the expertise available to meet the Center's needs and it fit perfectly the company's community support vision", Westbrook continued.
Greenvest contracted with a heating and oil company to fully inspect the furnace at the Women's Center and to make recommendations for repair and replacement of any parts up to and including installation of a new furnace, if necessary. After a complete inspection and service, Greenvest purchased a one year service contract to cover maintenance and parts replacement should the need arise.
"As with most not-for-profit service organizations, we're operating on a shoe string budget and it is wonderful to have a company like Greenvest to step up and stand in the gap for needs such as these", said Ann Smith, Executive Director of the Center. Ms. Smith noted that receiving this kind of support from the community allows her organization to spend their funds on much needed services and programs for the people the Center serves.
Mr. Witmer stated that he and others at Greenvest were looking forward to continuing to help with other projects at the Center. "This is exactly the kind of community support project the company and my peers look forward to working on", Mr. Witmer said.
For more information or inquiries please contact Marisa Goff, Director of Communications for Greenvest L.C. at 703-442-8992 or via email at mgoff@greenvest.com

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