This project was made possible by a large number of donations and services from local businesses including Pinnacle Architecture, Kirby Nagelhout Construction, The High Desert Design Council, First Story, W&H Pacific, Froelich Engineering, Tomco Electric, J&R Fire, Northcoast Electric, McMurray and Sons Roofing, Mt. View Heating, Gordon Pennock Cabinetry, as well as many other generous companies.
On October 4 Grandma’s House in Bend opened its doors to celebrate the completion of a new remodel.
The remodel gives the residents a much needed larger space including a teaching kitchen, large back deck, computer room, expanded living area for a full time night supervisor, and family dining room to accommodate the growing need in our community.
Grandma’s House is a non-profit, faith-based, home and outreach center that provides safe shelter to homeless and/or abused pregnant teens between the ages of 12 and 19. Established in 1992, the organization has made due with an aging home and cramped facilities limiting the number of girls in need that they can service. This latest addition (the second expansion since the organization’s beginning) will help Grandma’s House provide more services to teen mothers and their little ones.