LoopNet volunteers literally broke ground at the International Studies Academy, supporting Urban Sprout’s mission to teach low-income youth about growing, harvesting and eating healthier foods. Volunteers repaired garden beds and tool sheds, built a chicken coop and planted a pumpkin patch for students beginning school the next week.
With 16 volunteers in tow, LoopNet employees had their hammers and nails ready to go. The project this time around was an 11 unit condominium with a semi subterranean parking. We were breezing through the day just as a hail storm hit. After a brief break, we continued framing. At the end of the day, […]
Hillsides home for the children is residential center for the emotionally and physically abused. Their mission is to create a safe environment to heal. LoopNet reached out to the teen population at Hillsides and treated them do an afternoon of fun. Speedzone was the perfect place to let the teens run loose and just be […]