New Vehicle a Step Toward Independence

New Vehicle a Step Toward Independence

Minnie is getting her life back. Prior to joining the culinary school at the Butterfly Foundation in 2014 she hadn’t worked for about seven years – since the recession. With support from her family, she was able to make it through and luckily found the culinary school. After graduating from the culinary school she was kept on as an employee of the Butterfly Foundation and she can be seen cheerily greeting guests at the Monarch Café. She currently lives with her sister and being able to purchase her own vehicle through the Car IDA Program allowed her to get more work hours and a second job so she can be independent in her own place again soon!

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CommunityWorks continues to monitor and evaluate the most current information regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus) as part of our commitment to the health and welfare of our staff, partners and clients.

In an effort to keep our staff as well as our community safe and healthy, our office will be temporarily closed to the public. However, our operation will remain intact. We have instituted a work from home policy to ensure we continue supporting our clients, small businesses and community partners.

As a reminder, you can reach us by calling (864) 235-6331, or by visiting our contact page.

Please note that we are also actively working with our investors and philanthropic partners regarding relief funds for low-income households and small business owners. We will share information with our partners and clients as these ideas develop further.