Paul Stritmatter, a local attorney, offered the idea for the program and has been a major donor since its inception. “I love this community and want us to put our best face forward for those of us who work, live, and visit Grays Harbor County,” said Stritmatter. “It is a matter of pride in our place.”
“We have Teams representing banks and businesses, churches and non-profit organizations; it is a real community effort,” says Dave Murnen, Director of NeighborWorks of Grays Harbor.
Opportunities are still available if you would like to lend a hand to prep and paint homes. For more information on how you can help, please contact NeighborWorks of Grays Harbor at 360-533-7828.