Thursday, February 2, 2023

$14,000 raised for NATASHA House by local Rotary Clubs

The Rotary Club of the Historic Triangle and the Yorktown Rotary Club along with Rotary District 7600 have secured a grant for $14,000 to be used for Natasha House in Yorktown.  NATASHA House, Inc. is a transitional home for homeless women and their children that empowers and equips them to achieve and maintain self-sufficiency. The money will pay for supplies, repairs and upgrades to the existing facility including new metal security doors, new carpet, shelving, a new security system, and a fresh coat of paint,  Rotary Volunteers from both clubs worked to paint the interior walls and trim over the weekend of Sept.27 to 28.  The rest of the work is being completed this month.

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Alexa Doiron
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