Brush-Up Nampa is an event where volunteers paint homes for the elderly and disabled. The city is seeking applicants to receive help and also volunteers to help paint!

This is a great opportunity to do some good, right here in your community by helping elderly and disabled individuals, literally brush-up there house with a fresh coat of paint! According to the city of Nampa, "Volunteer teams are needed to make this event possible and are asked to sign up by July 1.  Groups of friends and family, coworkers, churches and service clubs are frequent volunteers." Not only could you potentially directly help a lot of people with this event, but you could have a lot of fun and meet some new friends as well!

As for elderly or disabled individuals who may be looking to benefit from this event, here's the criteria from the City Of Nampa's Website:

"Residents wishing to have their home painted must apply by Tues., June 1. Homeowners must meet the following criteria:

Be at least 60 years old, OR disabled (no age qualifications, but all other criteria apply) and:

  • Own and live in the home they wish to have painted
  • Be unable to afford painting costs
  • Meet household income requirements
  • The home or property must need to be painted
  • Home must be located within Nampa city limits and in compliance with Code Enforcement"

Whether you are interested in volunteering or if you need a little help in this crazy times, this is a fantastic opportunity for our awesome community to come together to make it a better place for one another.

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