Glass Heritage, LLC donates to homeless shelter PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Mac Lopez   
Friday, 15 November 2013 14:44
Davenport, Iowa - Glass Heritage, LLC donates to homeless shelter.

After reviewing the success of this year's business, the owners of Glass Heritage, LLC have been able to increase the company's level of community support.  The Humility of Mary Shelter, in Davenport, IA, was the recipient last week of a $1,000 donation.  Patricia Rogers, Adrian English and John Watts unanimously agreed on the shelter after learning of their veterans support programs.  With Watts being a disabled Vietnam veteran and Rogers' husband Jim, being a retired Navy Vet, it made the shelter the logical choice for their support.

Humility of Mary Housing, Inc. (HMHI) is a non-profit organization that operates a transitional and permanent supportive housing program for single parent families experiencing homelessness, offering opportunities for growth and development that could result in self-sufficient living.
In 2008, HMHI responded to the need to reopen the local homeless shelter.  After in-depth dialogue, community input and planning, the Congregation of the Humility of Mary gave its approval and Humility of Mary Housing, Inc. was incorporated.

The community's overwhelming support played a vital role in the development of Humility of Mary Housing, Inc. It is this support that will ensure the continuation of shelter services to the homeless men and women in the Quad City Area well into the future.

Glass Heritage, LLC specializes in the preservation and restoration of historic stained glass, as well as the design and fabrication of glass art, for both architectural and religious facilities and is extremely proud to be in a position to offer support to such a worthwhile and necessary endeavor.

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