Maytee, a mother of three children, the oldest of which is blind, is getting through the pandemic on her own
Golden, Colo.—Maytee, a mother of three children, the oldest of which is blind, is getting through the pandemic on her own her as a self-employed independent contractor. As the sole provider for her family, she needed a car for transportation. Hands of the Carpenter (Hands) and NAPA AutoCare Elite BDG Colorado were there to help.
Last week on Friday, Hands and NAPA gave Maytee a refurbished and road-ready Ford Edge during a presentation at Hands’ facility in Golden. Hands provides automobile placement, repair and maintenance in an effort to relieve the financial burden and related distress that automobile repair puts on this population and their opportunity for economic self-sufficiency.
Hands of The Carpenter (Hands) is a faith-based nonprofit community that serves single women in need by addressing the often overlooked issue of transportation. Read more about Hands here.