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Joseph Groh Foundation Carries the Torch with Your Help

Due to the impact of Covid 19, The Joseph Groh Foundation has seen a significant reduction in its ability carry out its principal mission of providing financial assistance for those connected to the contracting industry who are living with life altering disabilities. Since 2009, this organization has provided grants of nearly $700,000 to individuals in 30 states purchase items such as wheelchair accessible vehicles, home and bath models, and rehabilitative and assistive technology equipment. We are hosting a small, golf tournament fundraiser on October 3 at Runaway Bay, Texas in order to generate fundraising for two grant applications this fall.

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The first is for Donald Rindahl of Milwaukee. We are working to help him obtain an inclined wheelchair platform lift, so he can access multiple levels of his home.

The second is for Gregory LaVille, of Binghamton, New York. We are working to help Greg make drastically needed repairs, so he can stay in his 100-year-old home.

You can help us in our quest to provide life-changing improvements for these families. Please go online to our website, (address shown below) and make a tax deductible contribution of $20, $50, $100, $500, or an amount of your choosing. You can also mail a check to the address provided below.

COVID-19 has severely compromised the foundation’s efforts in 2020, and this is our way of carrying the torch for these two families.

Thank you for your support during these trying times.

About The Joseph Groh Foundation

Joe Groh has been active in the heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) industry for the past 35 years. On Father’s Day of 2008, following a day spent with family, Joe decided to go for an aerobic bike ride along the trails of Lake Grapevine. At one point the trail turned sharply left and the front tire of Joe’s mountain bike slid on some sand and off the trail. Joe was thrown headfirst over the handlebars, breaking his neck and damaging his spinal cord at the C-4 vertebra. Knowing that life had suddenly and unalterably changed, Joe vowed to never look back, never give up and to remain positive.

Establishing The Joseph Groh Foundation, a 501(c)(3) tax-deductible foundation, is Joe’s way of giving back to the construction trades. Learn more about Joe and the foundation at http://www.josephgrohfoundation.org.

You may contact the Joseph Groh Foundation at: 406 Braddock Dr., Fairview, TX 75069, phone: 214-998-9749.

Visit website https://www.josephgrohfoundation.org/, or email: hope@josephgrohfoundation.org.