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Bolla Charity Foundation renovates home for veterans

The Bolla Charity Foundation stepped up to fund the renovation of a group home for veterans in Levittown, as part of a new initiative launched by United Veterans Beacon House. 

The program called Restoring Homes Restoring Hope aims to recruit businesses to fund the renovations of a dozen of the Beacon House’s group homes throughout Long Island. The Levittown project is the first collaboration between the veterans’ nonprofit and the local business community in the new effort. 

Renovated kitchen at the Levittown group home. / Courtesy of Bolla Charity Foundation

Work on the Levittown home, which cost about $175,000, included a new roof, new vinyl siding, insulation and window trim. A redesigned and expanded kitchen and dining room with new lighting, fixtures, flooring, cabinetry and modern appliances were also part of the project. In addition, the renovations included new bathrooms, new custom furniture, four bedroom sets,…

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