Our community partners help us sustain and grow our programs and services, and support our mission to sustain homes, neighborhoods and community gardens. Thank you!

Home is the Place to Be 

Sponsor Spotlight - Able Roof

Recently, Able Roof partnered with us to replace a roof, and build a safe ramp and deck access for one of our Safe at Home recipients. Check out the awesome video here.

 

“Supporting Modcon Living is important to the City of Columbus. There are a substantial number of people in our community that have done what we’ve asked them to do; they’ve worked hard, been good citizens, paid their taxes, raised their children, and now they’re in a situation where they are seniors or disabled and have very limited means. This nonprofit helps seniors remain in their homes, and that’s really important.” ~ Rita Parise, Housing Administrator, City of Columbus Housing Division


Donor Partners

Battelle
DRC Marketing
Franklin County Public Health
Greenwald Sales & Marketing
Lord of Life Lutheran Church
Rubbermaid

Individual Donor Partners

Andrew Ollinger
Brad Shreve
Brett Greenwell
Brian Porteus
Courtney Richardson
Ian Haynes
Jeffrey McGlaughlin
Jimi Green
Marc Stock
Mark Shary
Robyn Pollina
Spencer Palmer
Steven Orenchuk
Trent Parker

In-kind Donor Partners

Able Roof
Anderson Concrete Corps.
Bill's PC
Buckeye Power Sales
Carpenters Local #200
Como Mower
FCICA
Home Depot
M.D.S. Enterprises Inc. 
Ohio Power Tool
Plumbers and Pipefitters #189
Quantum Electric
Sammy’s Bagels
Sears
The Buzz Maker! Public Relations
Thoughtwell

Individual In-kind Donors

Bennett Cohen
Bob Hayes
Doug Sivinski
Nicholas Parlik 
Tony Cuzzolini 
Vickie Cobbina


“Modcon Living’s mission is in alignment with AEP values, and the organization’s continued commitment to keep people in their homes, while improving homes and strengthening communities means so much. This kind of commitment positively impacts our employees and the communities that they - and their families - live in. Clearly the Modcon Living team lives the mission, and people can feel that.” ~ John McManus, American Electric Power (AEP)