Worked to be Performed:
The goal is to turn a machine shed into usable retail space for Mobile Hope’s retail store and donation center, Threads of Hope. This space will provide free clothing to homeless and at-risk youth up to age 24 and provide a setting to train them in customer service, merchandising, clothes sorting, sales reconciliation, and retail management. Renovations of this space will include adding walls, HVAC, plumbing, electric, finished concrete, a bathroom, and partitioned off dressing rooms and breakroom space.
About Mobile Hope:
Mobile Hope provides support and emergency shelter to youth up to age 24 who are at-risk, precariously housed or homeless and empowers them to become self-sufficient.
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