Minnesota Assistance Council for Veterans (MACV) is a nonprofit organization that has been assisting veterans for over 25 years. Each year MAC-V receives more than 25,000 contacts, inquiries, and requests from veterans across the state.
Many homeless and veterans’ organizations recognize MAC-V’s transitional and permanent housing programs as a model for the nation.
This is the 1st home we will be working with MAC-V on. This is one of the ten homes that MAC-V owns and is used as temporary housing for homeless vets.
With this home we will be removing a back porch, concrete steps and also doing extensive demo in the basement as well.
May add additional projects from plaster to painting if time permits.
What To Wear :
Will be in and outside for this one. Dress for the weather.
What To Bring :
Great attitude and ready to dig in.
Parking on the street in front of the home
Inclement Weather Plan :
Can focus on the interior if weather is too bad to take down the back porch.
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