Chermak Construction donates to Vision House
Last updated 12/18/2019 at 12:36pm
Local remodeling company Chermak Construction, Inc. recently held its annual holiday party Dec. 11.
Part of the celebration always includes a raffle of donated items with proceeds going to a local charity. This year the company raised $3,210 for the Vision House transitional housing program.
“Vision House has developed a successful program that brings hope and healing to homeless families,” Chermak Construction President Noah France said. “We are glad to be able to give back to the community that has supported us for four decades.
Vision House is a social service agency. They have been working with parents and children to help break the cycle of homelessness since 1990.
“Our heartfelt thanks go out to all of the staff at Chermak Construction for providing an opportunity for life changes to families experiencing homelessness at Vision House,” Vision House Executive Director Melissa Gehrig said. “I love that your company is making a lifelong difference.”
Chermak Construction thanked Jim Coshow and Dunn Lumber for their support at the holiday party. Other donors this year included: B2 Structural Engineering, BIG E Ales, Brenda Brown of Sound Anti-Aging Solutions, The Seattle Barkery, Cat Shiveley, Chermak Construction, Chic-Fil-A of Lynnwood, Chris Hamilton of AFLAC, Michelle Croffut, Jane Ellison, Ferguson Enterprises, Al & Karen Forsberg, Noah & Dominique France, Richard & Andra Lawrence, Novus Coffee, Rite Painting, Samuel Madden/Two Morrows Design, Stephanye Smith, Veritas Millwork, and Kayla Zaic.
For more information about Chermak Construction, visit www.chermak.com.