“We just had no money to do any of that work,” Ciorba said.
The work, completed in December, was provided by Stacy Caldwell of Crown Roofing and Construction.
“Kudos to Crown Roofing and Stacy Caldwell, he put a lot of his own personal stuff on this job to help us. They have been very generous,” Ciorba said. “Jack Craven owns Philip’s Heat & Air and has donated labor and procured us a donation of air conditioners from dealers.”
And it’s the generosity of the community that Ciorba praises for ABLE’s success and future growth.
“I would love to see us expand,” Ciorba said.
The vast majority of the funds ABLE receives is from Federal and state governmental sources. United Way funds are the second largest source of funds with donations and fundraiser comprising the rest.
Operations of ABLE are closely over seen by the Developmentally Disabled Services Department of DHS.
For more information about ABLE, call 329-3960.