Norwalk, Conn. – HomeServe USA, a leading provider of home repair solutions, is launching another solicitation for its HomeServe Cares Foundation “Caring for Community” grant program. The initiative awards grants to non-profits and municipalities to support community-based programs.

In honor of this month’s celebration of Veteran’s Day, HomeServe is focusing this round on programs and projects dedicated to improving the quality of life for veterans and their families.

Veterans are a vital part of the community, but they often find it challenging to find the support they need to transition from military to civilian life. HomeServe has worked to create opportunities for veterans through its Veterans Recruitment Initiative, which helps them to launch post-military careers in the plumbing, electrical and HVAC trades.

Driven by the mission to support those who served, the HomeServe Cares Foundation will award grants to two organizations in this round to address in-home accessibility, homelessness issues, counseling services or job training for veterans.

Applications will be accepted beginning November 18, 2019, and are due by December 20, 2019, and will be assessed based on impact, execution, and innovation. The winners will be announced on or before January 8, 2020. Information and applications are available at www.HomeServeCommunity.com.

“HomeServe is committed to providing resources to assist veterans, who are an integral part of our community and culture,” said HomeServe CEO John Kitzie. “The HomeServe Cares foundation was created with the intention of putting people at the center of everything we do and a focus on veterans is essential to this mission.”

Since launching the Caring for Community grant program in April 2019, the HomeServe Cares Foundation has awarded six grants to organizations around the U.S. The most recent round of grants were awarded to non-profits in Denver, Colorado, Kansas City, Kansas and Columbus, Ohio, whose efforts focus on aging in place for senior citizens.

The inaugural round of grants, announced in July, were awarded to a non-profit organization to improve facilities in a residence for developmentally disabled adults in Rochester, New York, and one to the City of Tampa Florida to install ADA compliant mats to make beach fronts more accessible.





Details about the HomeServe Cares Foundation are available on www.HomeServeCaresFoundation.com.


About HomeServe

HomeServe USA Corp. (HomeServe) is a leading provider of home repair solutions serving more than 4 million customers across the US and Canada under the HomeServe, Home Emergency Insurance Solutions, Service Line Warranties of America (SLWA) and Service Line Warranties of Canada (SLWC) names.

Since 2003, HomeServe has been protecting homeowners against the expense and inconvenience of water, sewer, electrical, HVAC and other home repair emergencies by providing affordable repair coverage, installations and quality local service.

As an A+ rated Better Business Bureau Accredited Business, HomeServe is dedicated to being a customer-focused company supplying best-in-class repair plans and other services to consumers directly and through over 700 leading municipal, utility and association partners.

HomeServe is teamed up with television personality and author Mike Rowe, best known as the creator and host of the series “Dirty Jobs,” and is a sponsor of This Old House on PBS, working together to provide homeowners expert advice on maintaining, enhancing and protecting their homes.

For more information about HomeServe, a Connecticut Top Workplace winner and recipient of thirty-three 2019 Stevie Awards for Sales & Customer Service, or to learn more about HomeServe’s affordable repair plans, please go to www.homeserve.com.

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