Homeless Housing Project Receives Vinyl Windows from Milgard and Andy’s

September 26th, 2019 by Editor

Two door and window companies are teaming up to provide energy-efficient vinyl windows to a homeless assistance charity, Project T.O.U.C.H. (Touch), in support of its transitional housing program.

Milgard Windows and Doors (Milgard) and Andy’s Glass and Window (Andy’s) will donate windows for the project, which includes a fourplex makeover expanding Touch’s homeless prevention program, aiding those in need to support them on a path to self-sufficiency.

“These homes provide an additional 40 beds for low- to no-income families, single mothers, veterans, seniors, disabled and the medically indigent,” said Touch founder and director Anne Unmacht.

Touch serves the homeless and those at risk for homelessness in Southwest Riverside County in Calif. through a variety of programs, including: housing, emergency shelters, food donations and job training, in addition to a call-in referral center with resources for social services, mental health and rehab programs.

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