In response to the unprecedented challenge that we are all facing, we at Yankee Home remain committed to protecting the things you value most. Your Home, Your Health and Your Safety. We will continue to provide you with the same attention and care that you have come to expect while also making adjustments for the health and well being of our customers and our staff. We are following the CDC guidelines for safe in home interactions and our support staff are working remotely from their homes. We are also offering virtual consultations for your future home projects and special financing options to help you plan. If we can serve you in any way during these challenging times, please do not hesitate to call us.
No job or request for service is too small. If we can help we will.
A 5K Run and 3K Walk to Promote Freedom From Violence in Hampshire County
Sunday December 3, 2017
Yankee is proud to be a 2017 sponsor of the Safe Passage Hot Chocolate Run. Safe Passage is dedicated to creating a world free of domestic violence and relationship abuse. Since 1977, Safe Passage has supported survivors of domestic violence through a range of programs and services, including a shelter, counseling and legal services, and a crisis hotline. Services are available to anyone who has experienced domestic violence, regardless of age, gender identity, or sexual orientation. We at Yankee Home Improvement are proud to be helping Safe Passage as our featured nonprofit! Our donations and yours help give survivors what they need to stay safe, to heal from violence, and to gain hope for a brighter future. Safe Passage’s counselors ask, “How can we help?” instead of saying, “Here’s what we can offer you.” It’s an important difference. Survivors come to Safe Passage with a range of experiences, resources, and challenges, and what works for one person may not be helpful for another. This individualized, flexible response is made possible by generous community support. To learn more about Safe Passage, visit www.hotchocolaterun.com.
The Mission of The Sunday Love Project is to share food amongst the homeless, while simultaneously building community. Their efforts aim to break bread with those who are struggling to make their way back into society as contributing members. We are a liaison between a hungry, struggling mind and a focused, nourished soul. Each week The Sunday Love Project serves over 500 meals to those in need. Learn more or donate at sundaylove.org