Honey Do Men Doing Good: Give a Little, Save a Life Community Event

Honey Do Men to host special community event to benefit the American Red Cross and raise money for Putnam Service Dogs.

Carmel, NY – June 28, 2022

Honey Do Men, a home remodeling and repair company located in Carmel (Putnam County) will be hosting a combination American Red Cross blood drive and fundraiser for Putnam Service Dogs, a local nonprofit that matches service dogs with people with disabilities. The event will take place on Tuesday, July 26 from 10:00-3:00 at Honey Do Men’s headquarters located at 1995 Route 6 in Carmel.

The event will benefit the American Red Cross in its critical need for donated blood, and to help raise $1,200 for Putnam Service Dogs. The money raised will help cover the weekly group classes and private training sessions for ‘Echo’ and ‘Eddie’, two service dogs in training. ‘Echo’ and ‘Eddie’ will be onsite to meet and greet attendees. To learn more about ‘Echo’ and ‘Eddie’ and details of how the money raised will be used, CLICK HERE.

According to Sandy Lundy-Resnick, Honey Do Men’s Director of Community Outreach and Customer Experience, “This event will ultimately change lives. We hope that people come out to support these amazing organizations by giving a little to (literally) save lives.”

There will be a food truck and raffle prizes throughout the event.

To schedule an appointment to donate blood, CLICK HERE.

ABOUT THE AMERICAN RED CROSS

Every two seconds someone in the U.S. needs blood. Blood donations are critically important as they are essential for surgeries, cancer treatment, chronic illnesses, and traumatic injuries. In short, donating blood saves lives. This lifesaving care starts with one person making a generous donation. Your donation can save three lives.

ABOUT PUTNAM SERVICE DOGS

Putnam Service Dogs provides free service dogs to people with physical disabilities other than blindness. Each dog is carefully selected from rescue groups across the country and is trained for at least two years before being placed. Most recipients need an average of six months of training to learn how to be an effective service dog handler and how to function as an effective service dog team. Each dog not only changes the life of their recipient, but of the recipient’s family and friends as well.

ABOUT HONEY DO MEN

Honey Do Men has proudly served the community for over 20 years. We are a fully licensed, insured, and bonded one-of-a-kind service provider that offers both residential and commercial customers everything from complete renovations to minor home repairs.

www.honeydomen.com

MEDIA CONTACT
Sandy Lundy-Resnick
Email: sandy@honeydomen.com | Phone: 914-837-0411