EATON — On Saturday, Oct. 1, Home is The Foundation (H.I.T. Foundation) welcomed two new board members at its annual board meeting.
H.I.T is excited to announce Tim Crammer, Vice President of Operations with Henny Penny, and Doug Barnes, Preble County resident and H.I.T Foundation tenant, were both welcomed to join the H.I.T Foundation Board of Directors.
“Both of these gentlemen bring valuable knowledge, skills and experiences that benefit our organizational mission and the community,” H.I.T. Executive Director Clayton Genth said.
Each year the board of directors holds a meeting to discuss and strategize organizational goals and plans for the upcoming year. Board members are asked to serve on at least one of the three program committees the organization provides to the community. These include the Affordable Housing, Senior Home Repair, and the Homeless Services programs. Each committee meets every other month to discuss and develop these programs for the benefit of the community.
Anyone having the passion and interest in serving on a committee with the HIT Foundation, may call 937-472-0500. They may also inquire by emailing [email protected] Those interested will be directed to talk with the appropriate Program Manager or Executive Director for more information and meeting times.
H.I.T. Foundation also offers many opportunities to volunteer, donate, and otherwise support our community. Some upcoming opportunities include fall yard cleanups for Senior Home Repair, as well as the Community Resource Fair on Nov. 17, 4-7 p.m.. This event will be hosted by H.I.T. Foundation at the Gym at Eagles Point, and will include many other vendors and agencies from Preble County, with a free meal provided by Visitation Catholic Church.
To learn more about these and other events, or to receive email updates about volunteer opportunities and community resources, visit H.I.T.’s website at www.hitfoundation.org or contact [email protected]
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