The folks at Changing Perceptions, a non-profit that helps returning citizens find full- and part-time employment, have partnered up with the District’s RiverSmart homes program and would like to help homeowners get a free audit so they can enjoy the benefits of rain barrels, bayscaping, permeable pavers and shade trees for a healthier river. Click this link and you will go to the DOEE portal to sign up. Make sure that you tell DOEE that Changing Perceptions sent you, so they can get referral credit!
Once more: If you want to take advantage of the RiverSmart homes program AND you want to help Changing Perceptions, visit the DOEE portal and sign up for a free audit. When they ask you how you heard about this program, tell them you heard about it through Changing Perceptions! That’s it!
And while you’re at it, make sure you vote for Will Avila for the Rare Life Award HERE.