Our commitment to our residents & mission
REACH remains dedicated to ensuring that its properties provide accessible and safe living environments tailored to our residents with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) to live independently. As part of this commitment, a year-long rehabilitation and home improvement initiative at our Colgate property in Livermore has come to a close! Home improvements on the Colgate property included the installation of new flooring, refreshing the interior with paint, enhancing bathroom accessibility, addressing major repairs, landscape updates, and installing a new fence. Home improvements and rehabilitation were made possible by the City of Livermore who provided their steadfast support and financial backing to help make this project a reality.
Pleasanton North Rotary played a pivotal role by providing the manpower required for staining the fence, resulting in significant cost savings for REACH, totalling over $1,000. Prior to this collaboration, REACH had explored options with professional fencing companies, only to find them out of budget or not providing this type of service altogether. The Rotary not only contributed their labor, but also completed the task in under two hours! These types of home improvement projects are the key to making independent living possible for adults with I/DD.
While the fence was being stained, our residents had the opportunity to mingle with Rotary members during a well-deserved break with donuts. We extend our gratitude to the Pleasanton North Rotary for their hard work and commitment to serving the community. These home improvements truly embody the spirit of collective effort, and the fence staining served as the finishing touch!