CedarWorks Donates Playset to Hospitality House
Rockport, Maine. Knox County Homeless Coalition receives playset donation from CedarWorks
May 9, 2014
Rockport, ME - CedarWorks has donated an outdoor playset to Hospitality House, the Midcoast regions only homeless shelter. Located on Old County Road in Rockport near the Rockland town line, Hospitality House has reopened its doors with new hope for the future. CedarWorks is pleased to be a part of their grand opening by bringing play to the backyard.
“CedarWorks is excited to partner with Hospitality House to provide carefree, playful moments to children who have found themselves in unfortunate circumstances,” stated Barrett Brown, CedarWorks owner and president. “We are delighted that families will have the opportunity to spend quality time together on a CedarWorks playset while benefiting from the wonderful programs offered by Hospitality House,” added Brown.
Hospitality House is a program of the Knox County Homeless Coalitions working to provide housing and rehabilitation to homeless individuals and families in Knox County. Their mission, “A Home for Now”, is demonstrated in their commitment to get individuals back on their feet through case management, plan development and other services. The coalition is a new nonprofit which will rely on grants and community support for sustainability.
Our ''Hospitality House family' is so grateful for CedarWorks generosity’” said Stephanie Primm, Hospitality House executive director. “The gift of joy, hope and the feeling of 'home' are priceless, and that is what CedarWorks has given to these families. Hearing happy giggles and having something so 'real' and positive to focus on not only brings joy to our children, but to their moms and frankly the whole house,” added Primm.