Committed to a brighter future for children, neighbors and communities.

We consider a healthy neighborhood to be one that is safe, clean, and diverse; one in which it makes economic sense for people to invest and one where neighbors manage change successfully.

We consider a healthy neighborhood to be one that is safe, clean, and diverse; one in which it makes economic sense for people to invest and one where neighbors manage change successfully.

Thank you Bounce volunteers and our local businesses that made this happen.

Submitted by: Mike Stone

We want to say a special thank you for all of the Bounce Volunteers that took their spring break time to come and serve in our community, some worthy homeowners.
Special thanks to Van Falcome with Sherwin Williams for donating the paint.
Shout out to Gary Moss and Lowes #129 for donating the material for so many of our ramp and porch projects.
Thanks to CES portapotties for giving us discounted porta-potties to serve the volunteers.
Thanks to PJ and Larry at Circle Lumber for being the go-to supplier for all of the special items that we needed for the week and responding so quickly everytime we needed something.
Thank you Texas Ramps for helping us with a new designed ramps.

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