The Caring Craftsmen Team helps with needs around the home for individuals with disabilities and their families.
The team fixes much needed home repairs and assists with projects that these individuals could otherwise not afford or complete on their own.
Making A House A Home volunteers help individuals with disabilities who are moving into the community or into their own places for the first time. They help provide necessary household items to make this new house a home. Here’s a list of the most common items! If you like to socialize and meet new people, you can also help us deliver items to the home. Or you can provide a home-cooked meal or supplies for a meal on moving day.
The Give Back Crew is a group of folks who volunteer at different community events and causes throughout Allen County as a way to thank the community for its support of people with developmental disabilities.
If you would like to join a FANs team, contact Sarah Troyer at 419-221-1385 ext. 1008 or email@example.com. There is no obligation or expectation when you join – we will send you Service Opportunity Invitations and if you want to help, just respond to us.
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” ~Margaret Mead
Fast Break: FANs deliver light snacks and treats to local offices and companies! Learn more here.
Feel free to share this FANs Information Flyer with anyone who may be interested.
Here’s the February Wish List for anyone who’d like to donate items to Making a House a Home in February.