Delta Restoration Services raises nearly $3,000

Money supports disaster relief organization All Hands and Hearts

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Posted 1/15/20

Arvada-based Delta Restoration Services, a nationally recognized and award-winning franchise that provides restoration services to commercial and residential properties, raised nearly $3,000 for All …

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Delta Restoration Services raises nearly $3,000

Money supports disaster relief organization All Hands and Hearts

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Arvada-based Delta Restoration Services, a nationally recognized and award-winning franchise that provides restoration services to commercial and residential properties, raised nearly $3,000 for All Hands and Hearts, a nonprofit organization that supports communities devasted by natural disasters.

All Hands and Hearts communicates with local leaders and community members to engage volunteers to help build safer, more resilient schools, homes and infrastructure. This mission directly aligns with Delta Restoration Services' focus on helping homeowners restore their homes and their lives in times of crisis.

Delta Restoration Services locations across the country made a donation to All Hands and Hearts for each new restoration job they began between Nov. 1 and Giving Tuesday (Dec. 3).

“In our first program with All Hands and Hearts, we're proud to have raised nearly $3,000 during the last month to support their mission, which is also so near to our hearts - helping people restore their property after disaster strikes,” Mike Mastous, founder and president of Delta Restoration Services, said in a news release. “The holidays are a perfect time for us to give back; we know firsthand how much this will mean to people affected by natural disasters. Every little bit goes a long way, and we couldn't have done this without the help of our network of dedicated and compassionate franchisees.”

The money raise will go to immediate and long-term programs that provide essential relief to communities impacted by natural disasters. All Hands and Hearts is running disaster-relief programs in Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico, with its efforts focusing on not only restoration, but rebuilding with more resilient and safer structures. Its international programs include projects in Mexico, The Bahamas and Peru..

Notably, 96 cents of every dollar the organization receives goes directly to its programs. All Hands and Hearts earned a 4-star rating by Charity Navigator six years in a row and a “Perfect 100” score on Charity Navigator's rating system, which evaluates financial health, accountability and transparency.

“Delta Restoration Services' efforts this holiday season will make a huge impact on All Hands and Hearts in our programs during 2020,” Gina Deave, director of corporate relations for All Hands and Hearts, said in the release. “All of our corporate partnerships mean so much to us, and it's a great feeling to know that more people will get the help they need because of Delta Restoration Services' fundraising.”

Learn more about the partnership at http://bit.ly/35TCrA6.

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