DLG Engineering Joins Hands with Sunset Homes & Comes On Board As Plumbing Sponsor at Tender Loving Care Home Renovation

By anguillian December 4, 2017 09:38




Tender Loving Care, the labour of love of Founder and Principal Nurse Brenda Hodge, is a vibrant home located in North Valley, Anguilla, offering care for the elderly, and it has been serving an important need in the community for the last 13 years. Hurricane Irma took off most of the roof, doors, windows and wreaked havoc in general on the residence. The senior citizens who called this home were forced to move into the smaller premises of Nurse Brenda’s childhood home in George Hill. The residents and staff are all eager to return to the comfort and familiar environment of their home in North Valley.
This project has been earmarked by Anguilla’s Honourable Chief Minister, Victor Banks, as one of the most critical community projects needing restoration at this time as it addresses the needs of some of the most vulnerable in our community.

Sunset Homes is mobilizing resources and goodwill from friends and associates from across the seas, and local businesses and citizens, and the company has broken ground earlier this month to undertake the major renovation works needed to restore the home.

DLG Engineering has come on board and given a heartwarming major investment of procuring and funding all the plumbing-related materials, and putting boots on the ground to execute all the plumbing works in the home from roughings to finish. This significant generosity of talent, time and resources comes at perfect timing, injecting even more positive energy in the goal of renovating the Irma-ravaged home.

DLG Engineering, headed by Ronald Lynch, is a locally owned, full-service Mechanical Engineering Company specializing in plumbing and HVAC installation.

Sunset Homes has had a successful commercial work history with DLG Engineering and was pleased to deepen the relationship by partnering on such a worthy a charitable community project.
Ronald Lynch said: “DLG was looking for a meaningful way to contribute to the post-Irma rebuilding effort in Anguilla and this project, focusing on assisting the elderly, is the perfect choice.”
The bathrooms have been completely re-designed to make them more spacious, and plumbing work is well underway alongside the other construction work.
Gratitude is expressed to all the donors who have come forward to donate skills and resources to this worthy cause including, but not limited to Bixby Capital, BeachCourt Villa Friends and Family, APLO New York, @helpanguilla, @yachtaidglobal. To learn how you can get involved email: info@sunsethomesanguilla.com – or call 1-264-235-3666.

By anguillian December 4, 2017 09:38


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