EcoClean is proud to support Project Transitions’s important work providing affordable housing and hospice care for those living with HIV/AIDS.
Project Transitions was conceived in 1986 by Barbara Davis through her work with the issues of death and dying in persons with AIDS. She saw the need for a compassionate residential hospice facility where people could spend their final weeks with dignity and took action! Beginning with Doug’s House in 1989, PT has established multiple living sites and housing programs and continues to grow into their commitment to offer these services for as long as they are needed in our community. Project Transitions does not deny participation in their programs based on ability to pay — utterly beautiful!
Also beautiful is spring-time shopping, and there is no better place to go than Project Transitions thrift store, Top Drawer! Since their opening in 1993, Top Drawer proceeds have been funding Project Transitions services. Stop by, grab some cute recycled outfits and bring them to EcoClean on any Wednesday of March to double your PT donations!
Remember, ALL Wednesday drop offs contribute to our PROPS Partner-of-the-Month. Thank you EcoClean Customers for making this program a HUGE success!