Jacksonville, Fla. -- For the past six years, Performance Painting has been awarding paint makeovers to local organizations in need with the Gift of Color. Each past recipient is one that selflessly helps others in need. This year Performance Painting wants to honor a hero with a Gift of Color.
“We all either know a hero or were affected by a hero. Whether that hero is military, your local first responder or a teacher that helps children after school with their homework, they are all heros in my book. My team and I are very grateful for the amazing people of this city, so it would be an honor to help a hero by providing something as simple as a Gift of Color,” says, Jason Parker, Owner of Performance Painting Contractors.
Performance Painting is looking to the First Coast community to inform them of the heroes that could use a Gift of Color. They are accepting nominations through their website until Dec. 3, 2017. Nominees can be anyone that is viewed as a hero to the person nominating them. This also includes local nonprofit organizations within the Clay, Duval and St. Johns counties.
The recipients of the Gift of Color are awarded an interior or exterior paint makeover valued at $7,500, which includes paint and labor. Past recipients include:
- S.A.F.E. Pet Rescue
- Jacksonville Beach Lifeguard Station
- Camp I am Special
- Williams Family
- Community Connections
- No More Homeless Pets
The winner will be chosen at Performance Painting’s annual holiday party. Each nominee’s story will be presented to the team and a vote will take place to decide on a winner. The winner will then be notified the following week. Help the team at Performance Painting give the Gift of Color by nominating your hero today by clicking here.
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