Foundation Assists Homeless Veterans Organization

Shane D’Onofrio made helping homeless veterans his life’s work. Shane had special empathy for struggling veterans, since he had served himself and suffered an injury that caused mobility issues. He went through his own struggles after his injury and separating from the military, so he understood many veterans didn’t need a handout, but a hand […]

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Partnership Provides Grant Funding

The Jackson Municipal Utility Authority has turned a program that educates residents about their service line responsibilities and provides repair assistance into a grant funding resource that benefits the entire community. Jackson MUA has partnered with HomeServe for nine years to offer water and sewer line warranties to residents. The partnership also provides educational materials […]

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Plumbing Poses a Problem for Wichita Homeowner

Tony R. of Wichita had grown up in his grandparents’ home on Waco Avenue. He returned to the home that had been in his family since 1942 when it came into his possession. An Old Home and a New Problem That was when he noticed the plumbing problems: low pressure and some parts of the […]

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Sewer Line Presents Problem to Homeowner

Melba B. had standing water in her yard. The Texarkana resident lived in the home her mother had built more than 50 years prior. The water in her yard caused it to be unsightly and have an unpleasant odor. Her neighbors were complaining, and Melba couldn’t enjoy her yard and had issues using the facilities. […]

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Home Repair Emergency Stories Shared by City Leaders

City leaders are often the first to hear from a resident when a utility line has failed. A home repair emergency can be expensive and inconvenient, and helping homeowners solve these problems can be difficult. For more than a decade, the NLC Service Line Warranty Program has been working in partnership with utilities and municipalities […]

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Veteran Entrepreneurs Supported by NLC Service Line Warranty Program

Bunker Labs – a 501(c)(3) non-profit – is a national network of veteran entrepreneurs dedicated to helping new veteran entrepreneurs start their own business. Their vision is to empower the entrepreneurial dreams of the military connected community and they are committed to seeing that every entrepreneur in the veteran community has the network, tools, and […]

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Equestrian Center Gives Veterans Sense of Serenity

The Serenity Farm Equestrian Center in Luckey, Ohio, has been offering equine therapy and learning programs for nearly 20 years. The Center aims to help those with neurological and mobility live happier, healthier lives. “I think it’s such an opportunity to work alongside so many different families,” said founder Debra DeHoff. “No matter what they’re […]

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HomeServe Cares Foundation Grant- A Rewarding Experience

The day started out a little gray; an overcast sky, but a fairly warm day, greeted me as I drove to The Arc of Monroe location at which we would present our foundation grant award: $25,000 to help fund the renovation of one of their resident homes; the remodel of a bathroom to allow for […]

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Service Line Warranty Program and All Masters Assist Dallas Resident

Daisy H. of Dallas was part of the fabric of her neighborhood – she knew and was known by her neighbors. So, when she became disabled, she wanted to remain in her own familiar home and neighborhood. However, as a disabled senior, she was on a fixed income and upkeep of her home became more […]

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HomeServe Cares Works with Little League to Provide Solution to Water Woes

The heart of a community is in its volunteers and the work they do to improve that community for their fellow residents – particularly the children. Danny Liedka knows that well – a former East Syracuse mayor and trustee, an Onondaga County Legislator and Visit Syracuse president and CEO, he has spent a large part […]

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