Lowe’s Heroes Program benefits Residential Facility for Adults with Developmental Disabilities.

Transforming lives one community at a time — that’s been the mission of Lowe’s Heroes since the volunteer program began more than 10 years ago.

On Saturday October 15th approximately 30 employees from Lowe’s Inland Empire Holding Facility and Flatbed Distributtion Centers gathered at EXCEED’s residential facility, Casa del Valle, in San Jacinto to complete some much needed repairs to the 16 year old home.   The 7 bedroom, 4400 sq ft facility is currently home to 11 adults with developmental disabilities.  The repairs included replacing the kitchen counter top and bottom cabinets, painting the great room and hallways, repairing the thresholds, doing some outdoor touch up painting and making a pathway and a landscaped seating area.

EXCEED has provided education, training and job opportunities for adults with developmental disabilities throughout the Inland Empire for the past 35 years and opened Casa del Valle in 2001.

EXCEED is very grateful to the “Lowe’s Heroes” Program and thank them for positively impacting the daily lives of the adults that live in Casa del Valle.  A thank you also to Hemet Starbuck’s at State & Esplanade and Choco donuts for donating coffee and donuts for the volunteers.

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