Tuesday, March 27, 2012

When Your Neighborhood Just Needs Help

{This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Pfister. All opinions are 100% mine.}

I'm not sure how many of you actually know what it's like to live in the urban areas of America.  Not many would choose to do it.  I, personally, love it.  Of course, there are many moments that I see blogs and read about the amazing square footage you all have and get a little envious.  I admit it.

But, the aspects of living in the city, right next to those who are in need is an opportunity I hope I never grow old of.  I love helping the old lady across the street, I "loved" housing the homeless man in our garage, and I may have hated what happened to my poor flowers, but I learned a lot about God through it all.

And when I read about what companies like Pfister (a leader in the plumbing field for nearly 100 years) and Rebuilding Together (a national nonprofit providing critical home repairs for low-income homeowners) are doing to improve the lives of others, too - my ears perk up.

I was asked to share this partnership with all of you and I'm MORE THAN happy to do it.  Pfister and Rebuilding Together are partnering to bring home improvement services to families AT NO COST.  Families who really need it.
Whitney 2
For every Facebook "like" that Pfister gets, they will donate $1 to Rebuilding Together's reconstruction projects.  It's that simple!  All we have to do is go "like" the Pfister Facebook page and $1 will be donated to the home improvement of someone in need.  {You can read more details at the Friends of Pfister campaign site.}

And these reconstruction projects are doing so much for the confidence and honor to the homeowners.  The feeling of not being able to afford your own home maintenance must be awful.  It looks like they might be donating fancy faucets.  And we all know how happy I was to get some water pressure around this house!

Maybe you could consider donating $1 in the form of a Facebook "like" to someone in need?
I only wish we could be there to see the faces of those who homes are being improved with that $1.  Because as the physical faucet is being replaced, I'm sure their hope is being renewed.

Whitney 1
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