HomeAid Orlando completed a storage pantry remodel for One Heart for Women and Children (One Heart), a non-profit food pantry and resource center serving homeless and at-risk families. The work was relatively simple for the team assembled; Richmond American Homes and KB Homes gathered trade partners to remove walls and expand the storage pantry by roughly 133%. The work took one week and was valued at approximately $5,000. Generous subcontractors and suppliers donated 100% of the costs. However small the expense, the benefits are far-reaching: USDA food credits and additional shipments from Second Harvest Food Bank will help One Heart meet an explosion of need for those effected by COVID shutdowns and layoffs. The Food Bank was so grateful for the increased service capacity that they donated several commercial cold-storage appliances and shelving for the new space. The expanded capacity will also allow One Heart to apply for grants that the smaller pantry would not meet requirements to qualify. In all, the benefits may exceed $50,000 over the next 12 months. HomeAid Orlando is proud to take this first step with such a worthy and vitally needed organization in our hometown.