Sunday, February 23, 2014
Program helping owners fix up homes
One wouldn’t know by looking at the modest house on Chipman Road in south Phoenix that often there are angels inside.
Since 2000, Stardust Building Supplies, a Valley non-profit that promotes reuse and recycling of building materials, has operated its Angels on Call program. Stardust has three thrift stores where it collects donated building materials that it then sells to the public to raise money for programs like Angels on Call.
Stardust supplies the materials for worthy renovation projects while volunteers and other non-profits provide the labor.
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