June 5, 2015 BFL News, Current Events Tags: 0 Comments

As part of Deloitte Impact Day 2015, volunteers painted and spruced up the computer room at Barrier Free Living’s Transitional Housing shelter for people with disabilities.

The room is used by the shelter’s 48 residents for computer training and for fellowship. Volunteers, guided by Facility Manager David Rodriguez and Development Manager Scott Hess , painted the room and created a photo project based on BFL’s Project Give Back initiative, where former residents return to encourage current residents.

Deloitte Impact Day is a year-round celebration of Deloitte’s commitment to local communities. Member firms around the world host Impact Day activities where Deloitte professionals spend the day volunteering.

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