Helping put people's lives back together is what Interstate Restoration does every day. So when a Chicago elementary school principal found out recently her hometown of Flint, Michigan, had children without access to safe drinking water, she reached out to Interstate Restoration for help in organizing relief.
Lisa Epstein, a principal at Chicago's R.H. Lee Elementary School, contacted Interstate Restoration for help with transporting and delivering bottled water to Flint children. In February, the employees at Interstate Restoration in Chicago and Detroit immediately mobilized trucks and volunteers to transport truckloads of donated water, more than 1,500 cases, to Children’s Dream Center, a shelter in Flint.
“We are always willing to help make a positive impact in the community, especially one so close to home,” said Jeff Levine, vice president of Business Development for Interstate Restoration in Southfield, Mich “After all, doing the right thing is one of our core values as an organization and we strive to live it out in as many ways as possible.”
Interstate Restoration is a national emergency restoration and reconstruction services provider for commercial enterprises based in Ft. Worth, Texas, and with 16 U.S. locations.