This year’s Adopt-A-Project annual appeal gives you the opportunity to work alongside us. Please consider joining us to revitalize Stark County homes and neighborhoods and change the lives of individuals and families who are in dire need of preservation, upkeep, health, and safety-related home repair services.
You can help by donating to fund individual project materials or by adopting an entire project and volunteering to see it through from start to finish.
Please use the donation button provided below to choose the project you’d like to adopt.
All donations of $100 or more will receive a Hammer & Nails T-shirt and projects of $1,000 or more will have signage displayed on the job site. If you Adopt-A-Project and wish to volunteer, call (330) 453-6277 or email email@example.com for scheduling.
- $25 Hardware: This is the ‘secret sauce’ that holds it all together. Includes lock sets, nuts, bolts, screws, nails, etc.
- $50 One-Gallon of Paint: Both interior and exterior. Protecting wood from rot and decay.
- $100 Interior Door: We use pre-hung because it installs more easily and includes the hinges.
- $250 Carpentry: New, treated lumber, stairs to the front porch or back deck. Custom built for each home.
- $500 Exterior Door: Installation of a new Jeld-Wen or Therma-Tru door that includes repair, and replacement of the sill, joists, and framing as needed.
- $1,000 House Paint: Whole house exterior paint job. Includes scrape and removal of loose paint, one coat of primer followed by two coats of color. Preserves and beautifies the home for the homeowner and neighborhood.
- $2,000 Porch/Deck Repair/Replace: On average most H&N homes are nearly 100 years old and require heavy upkeep or full replacement of front porches to provide safe access.
- $5,000 Wheelchair Ramp: An investment in a modular aluminum ramp system will help multiple homeowners over the lifetime of the ramp. Imagine if you were stuck in your home as we all experienced during COVID. Too many of our homeowners experience this lifestyle on a daily basis and need our help to improve their safety and health.