Radnor A Better Chance is one of many community schools in the National A Better Chance program, which identifies and recruits academically talented and motivated students of color from disadvantaged school districts and places them in outstanding public, independent and private high schools across the United States. Radnor A Better Chance students live in a group home setting, attend Radnor High School and are in an advanced college prep curriculum.
This fall, we donated our time and services to paint the exterior of the 100-year old Victorian home in which the students reside in the center of Wayne. After a thorough pressure cleaning, we spent a Saturday in October repainting all of the trim white, the corbels and front door a beautiful, rustic red called “Copper Mine” by Benjamin Moore and the porch floor a rich brown.
“On behalf of the board, students and staff of Radnor A Better Chance, I would like to thank you for your generosity (once again). Your staff returned to our ABC house to repaint the porch floor and it looks amazing. It is the kindness of business owners like you that keep our organization afloat after 39 years in Radnor. Our sincere thanks. “
– Melissa Schorr, Board President
“Radnor A Better Chance would like to thank you and your staff for spending your Saturday preparing and painting the ABC house. Being a non profit this was not something we could budget for at this time. The house looks wonderful. You have made a difference to our scholars and staff who call this their home away from home. “
– Florence Hubert, Board President
“Your crew did a wonderful job on the house. As a member of the Radnor ABC Board, I am grateful for your community spirit and a great painting job!”
– Pam Blittersdorf