The sign in front of the home says, “Building Futures.”
But now a local nonprofit organization is turning to the community for help to rebuild, after their rehabilitated home was burglarized last Friday.
Cleveland-based Passages, Inc. helps people readjust to society after serving time in prison. One of their projects was to fix a house on East 100th Street, to be donated to a family in need.
Thieves broke through the metal security door, smashed new security cameras, and hauled away a brand new furnace and water heater. To add insult to injury, they wrestled away the metal door from the house and stole that too.
The cost of repairs is estimated at $10,000.
“There were a lot of wet eyes the last couple of days,” said Dr. Brian Moore, a retired pastor and organizer for Passages.
CLICK HERE to read story
Beyoncé Shows Love To Columbus Couple During Renaissance Tour
Ohio State Finally Names Buckeyes Starting Quarterback
The Gift by Donald Lawrence - Give Us Your Feedback
Praise 94.5 Mobile App
Submit A Black Owned Business For Buy Black Cleveland!
Arrest Warrant Issued For Former Ohio State & NFL Linebacker Darron Lee
Ohio: Most Confrontational Drivers In The Country
Check Your Roots | Ericaism