When it comes to non-profit organizations, supports and sponsors are a major part of what makes the work happen. Poverty Resolutions, a local non-profit based out of the Doylestown, PA area, would like to give a big thank you to George’s Tool Rental for their continual support and donations.
The goal of Poverty Resolutions is to eliminate poverty around the world. The co-founders of Poverty Resolutions are Matthew and Andrew Jones. These two, along with a few friends, had spent twenty-days days, back in 2010, living in Haiti. They lived in a tent city in Port-Au-Prince, trying to get a deeper understanding of what living in poverty was truly like. They were blown away by what they saw, what they experienced, and the emotions they felt. Since then, their goal has been to change Haiti and to eventually change the world. The main way they do this is through raising awareness and raising support.
George’s Tool Rental had heard of Poverty Resolutions and wanted to get involved. They wanted to make a difference, and to help in any way they could. First, they decided to become monthly donors, knowing that the money given would go towards the projects Poverty Resolutions would establish in Haiti. Once they saw the great outcome of their decision and also saw the result of their money through a school, dormitories, and other projects being built, they made another decision. The owners of George’s Tool Rental sent their daughter down to Haiti on a trip to physically build the projects their money was contributing towards.
Not only does George’s Tool Rental get involved with Poverty Resolutions in Haiti, but they also get involved locally in Doylestown, PA. Their services provide sales of all types of equipment both new and used They also offer tool rentals to those who may need anything from scaffolding ladders and power washers, to backhoes and aerial lifts. This is only a very small glimpse of all they have to offer.
Visit George’s Tool Rental website here. Partner with Poverty Resolutions to help make a difference in Haiti fighting against poverty. Many have joined in the cause, and you can too. Visit their YouTube channel, Facebook page, or Twitter account to keep up to date with all they are doing in Haiti.