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Restoring Hope

We are a non-profit [501(c3)] operating in West Virginia. With the help of volunteers we remodel homes to lower income homeowners.

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We share the gift of home repair with others who need assis- tance, and provide a much needed and highly re-garded service to our local community.

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When Richard and Theresa Davis of Culloden lost their home to a house fire, LivingStone, with the help of many volunteers and donations offered assistance.

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Living Stone wants our volunteers and contributors to know the latest news and information about our organization. We maintain constant communications in order to provide the best quality of services to those in need. We welcome your feedback so we may continue to make improvements to help both our neighbors and their families.

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Hurricane, W.V. – September 8, 2011 – LivingStone, Inc. (LSI) a non-profit [501(c3)] operating in West Virginia will present a newly remodeled home to Richard and Theresa Davis of Culloden. LSI’s mission is to remodel donated or low-priced purchased homes and make them available to qualified families, who will pay a greatly reduced mortgage over a term of 7-10 years. Richard and Theresa have contributed sweat equity on this home as well.

This house was donated to LSI in 2010. In order to make 208 High School Avenue a home for the Davis’, many volunteer hours were spent. Materials and labor were donated, including kitchen cabinets, appliances and furnishings. With the cooperation and assistance from Mayor Scott Edwards, City of Hurricane, the Davis’ will soon have the home of their dreams.

Richard and Theresa lost their mobile home on April 1, 2011 to a house fire. The home was located at 2655 Middle Road, Culloden, WV and was consumed by flames in minutes. Fortunately, the Davis’ were not home at the time; however, they not only lost their home and all furnishings, but more importantly they lost their 7 year old, 115 lb., German Shepherd, named Goliath.

The LivingStone Open House/Dedication will be held on Thursday, September 8th and will begin at 6:00pm and will last approximately two hours. The community is invited. The event will begin with music, food, beverages and a chance to tour the Davis’ future home. The night will end with a ceremony to acknowledge the efforts of many who worked hard to make this house a home.
A note of irony is that Richard has been told by family members that his great, great uncle was the mason on this block house located at 208 High School Avenue and that his grandfather installed the original hardwood floors.

Please make arrangements to join us for this celebration and short ceremony.

For more information, please contact:
LivingStone,Inc. VP, Brenda Brown @ (304) 549-5079
email:  contact@livingstonewv.org
website: www.livingstonewv.org