Hobart’s Run Gets ‘Heroic’ Help from Lowe’s in Pottstown, Elverson

Images of the Lowe's crew via Hobart's Run.

Hobart’s Run, The Hill School’s neighborhood improvement initiative, recently received some much-needed help from the Lowe’s stores in Pottstown and Elverson.

The stores’ employees shared their time and expertise, as part of Lowe’s Heroes, to help Hobart’s Run paint a residential rehab project in Pottstown. Additionally, Lowe’s has provided the required materials and new appliances for the complete rehab of the home.

Once the rehab is finalized over the coming weeks, the home will be rented as part of Hobart’s Run’s “walk to work” encouragement program to a local resident. The proceeds from this will be used for other neighborhood improvement programming initiated by Hobart’s Run.

“Hobart’s Run truly appreciates all that Lowe’s has done to help us finish this project and enable a family to move in by the end of the year,” said Twila Fisher, director of community and economic development for Hobart’s Run.

Lowe’s manager John Burns said the work and the materials that were provided are part of the retailer’s mission to give back to their communities.

Hobart’s Run was connected to Lowe’s through Katie Scanlan, the coordinator for PottstownCARES, a service collaboration between The Hill School and Pottstown School District students.

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