HEROWORK BEGAN BECUASE PAUL WANTED TO HELP A FRIEND WITH MS.
His initial idea was to bring 20 people together, have a pizza party and help his friend so that her house could better accomodate her through the progression of her disease. Seven weeks later, Paul spearheaded a single-day, $25,000 renovation project with a budget of only $380. From that inspiring moment, he created and grew HeroWork into a charity that completed millions worth of non-profit renovations, mobilizing hundreds of companies, thousands of volunteers, and impacting tens of thousands of people.
These successes came through the power of community and the skill and decication of staff, sponsors, funders, donors, volunteer leaders, inspired charity programs, trade and general volunteers.
“The power of community coming together–with common vision and common purpose–is astonding. The legacy that HeroWork leaves behind is a testimant to this.”