January 15, 2019 - The Central Market of Calama recently unveiled a newly painted façade for the popular commercial building thanks to the support of Minera El Abra, a Freeport-McMoRan company.
Improving the appearance of the city’s Latorre Commercial District was an initiative of Calama Plus, which brings together several companies and organizations operating in Calama such as El Abra, a Freeport-McMoRan company, the municipality of Calama, Sercotec, and the Central Market Community.
The SCAN LaGuardia House Nursery at East River in New York City currently serves 60 children ages 2-5 in a full-day preschool program, and regularly utilizes a Books for Kids library in their day-to-day activities. Last summer, an unexpected flood destroyed the original library, damaging the carpet, furniture and books.
A geothermal system breathes new life into an historic West Virginia farmstead, showcasing an innovative approach to cultural preservation.
The Cockayne Farmstead is an historic home and preservation project located near the banks of the Ohio River in West Virginia. Once a thriving sheep ranch belonging to the prominent and successful Cockayne family, the dwelling was named to the National Historic Registry in 2002.
When the house came into the custody of the Marshall County Historical Society, it was a living museum, stocked with over 1,500 artifacts dating back to 1850. But without a central heating or cooling system, they were in jeopardy.
Teams Up with DIY Expert Ty Pennington and Nonprofit Rebuilding Together to Help Communities Rebuild
HOFFMAN ESTATES, Ill., Feb. 12, 2014 /3BL Media/ -- In 2014, Sears Home Services will set out to restore homes and buildings in the communities in which their nearly 8,000 technicians, project consultants and contractors live and serve. Sears Home Services has teamed up with nonprofit Rebuilding Together to help identify homes and community projects in need of assistance.
Community is something near and dear to our hearts. One of our many fulfilling outreach partnerships is with the amazing people at N Street Village, which provides shelter, food and rehabilitation services to homeless women in the Northwest D.C. area.