People Working Cooperatively

People Working Cooperatively performs critical home repairs and services so that low-income homeowners can remain in their homes living independently and healthier in a safe, sound environment.

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ESTABLISHED: 1975

MISSION: People Working Cooperatively performs critical home repairs and services so that low-income homeowners can remain in their homes living independently and healthier in a safe, sound environment.

SERVING OUR COMMUNITY: For more than 46 years, PWC has been strengthening our communities by providing critical home repairs, energy conservation, and accessibility modification services in an effort to help residents remain independent and healthy in their homes. PWC proudly performs more than 8,000 services for eligible homeowners each year, whose typical income is just $14,000 a year. Often, these individuals face challenges due to illness, disability, job loss or other circumstances.

LEADERSHIP:
PWC Executive Staff
Matthew Buddenberg, Messer Construction Co.
Daniel J. Cahill, PhD, HSD Metrics
Paul A. Colbert, Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation
Thomas C. Colvin, Arthur J. Gallagher and Co. (Chairperson)
Michael L. Dennemann, Hawthorn, PNC Family Wealth
David L. Faulk, Macy’s Credit & Customer Service, retired
Charles Gerhardt, III, Government Strategies Group LLC
Russell Hairston, Avondale Development Corporation
Teresa Huxel, Macy’s, Inc. (Treasurer)
Zachary Kuznar, Duke Energy
Stephanie Lambers, TriHealth
Anne McKinney, Procter & Gamble, retired
Steve Mombach, TriHealth
Stephen Ringel, CareSource (Secretary)
Gregory S. Shumate, Frost Brown Todd LLC
Mike Viox, Omnia360 Facility Solutions
John Westrup, Danis Building Construction Company, retired
Richard W. Zoller, Messer Construction Co., retired

OTHER WAYS TO HELP:
ToolBelt Ball: PWC’s annual black-tie fund-raising gala benefits its Modification for Mobility program.

Prepare Affair: Prepare Affair is a volunteer event in the month of November that brings together more than 2,000 volunteers to help low-income, elderly, and disabled homeowners prepare their homes for winter.

Repair Affair: PWC’s annual spring volunteer event. Volunteers form small groups with home repair skills and make a concrete difference in the lives of our low-income neighbors.

Ramp it up for Veterans: Annual campaign to assist low-income and/or disabled veterans throughout Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. In the previous seven years, PWC has provided services for over 3,000 households of veterans or their surviving spouse.

Emerging Leaders: The EL Board serves as an organization of young professionals and emerging community leaders committed to supporting the mission of PWC by promoting awareness and encouraging involvement through effective community action.

4612 Paddock Rd.
Cincinnati, OH 45229
(513) 482-5175
www.pwchomerepairs.org

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