The Grand Junction franchise of a national restoration services company has joined in a fund-raising campaign for a disaster relief organization.
Delta Restoration Services of Western Colorado will make a donation to All Hands and Hearts for each new restoration job started through Giving Tuesday on Dec. 3.
“All Hands and Hearts does really important work by providing support to communities that have been devastated by natural disasters, which aligns with our mission of helping property owners in Western Colorado restore their property as well as their lives when they suffer damage to their home or business,” said Bruce Milyard, owner of Delta Restoration Services of Western Colorado.
All Hands and Hearts run disaster relief programs in Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico as well as projects in the Bahamas, Mexico and Peru.
All Hands and Hearts has earned a four-star rating by Charity Navigator six years in a row as well as perfect 100 score on the Charity Navigator rating system that evaluates financial health, accountability and transparency. All Hands and Hearts earmarks 96 cents of every dollar the organization receives directly to its programs.
Delta Restoration Services operates franchise offices in 40 markets across the United States, providing restoration and reconstruction services for commercial and residential properties following fire, environmental and water damage. Delta Restoration Services is part of the HRI Holdings portfolio of franchise brands that also includes the Chem-Dry Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning and N-Hance Wood Refinishing businesses.
“Delta Restoration Services is dedicated to providing world-class, compassionate restoration and reconstruction services to property owners who have suffered a loss, so this partnership is a natural fit,” said Gina Deave, director of corporate relations for All Hands and Hearts. “We’re so grateful for corporate partners like Delta Restoration Services and thankful for their support.
It allows us to execute on our mission.”
Milyard said the incidence of natural disasters — and the costs associated with them — has increased. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the cost of disaster relief in the United States hit $91 billion in 2018.
“We just felt that this was the time to get more actively involved in supporting this cause and begin giving back in a bigger way,” Milyard said. “We’re honored to raise funds for a top-rated organization like All Hands and Hearts and eager to help them support the communities that need it the most.”
For more information about Delta Restoration Services of Western Colorado, visit http://deltawesterncolorado.com.