Arlington Home Organization Offers up to $200 of Free Service to a New Veteran Household Each Month

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Arlington Home Organization, a new home organization business in Arlington, VA, offers free service of up to four hours to a Veteran in need each month for the next twelve months.

"No matter an individual or a family's circumstances, Ms. Ariela is determined to give back time and energy to each home in order to rejuvenate that household's environment and boost its family's morale."

In order to give back to the community, the owner of Arlington Home Organization has created a program to offer free service of up to four hours to a new Veteran household each month for the next twelve months.

Maybe a family has a spouse deployed and those who remain at home would like assistance getting a child's bedroom or playroom in order. Or perhaps a home has an individual experiencing a medical condition that doesn't enable him/her to undertake certain organizational tasks as readily as they were previously capable of. Or maybe a household has several active, young children and one or both parents are busy working full-time and carpooling to extracurricular activities.

No matter an individual or a family's circumstances, Ms. Ariela is determined to give back time and energy to each home in order to rejuvenate that household's environment and boost its family's morale.

In order to receive service, families must simply email the agency at ArlingtonHomeOrg(at)gmail.com. This communication should contain the following:
a) The purpose/reason for the request. Who are the members of your household, and what is taking place in your family's life that prompts you to apply?
b) What project do you seek assistance with?
c) What goal you are trying to meet by accomplishing said task (e.g., do you desire help with creating an organizational system; do you need aide in selecting adequate furniture to organize a room; do you require help establishing a nursery before Baby is born; are you exhausted or on overload and need an extra person to help get things in operational order; or, do you simply seek to gain back time, etc.). Keep in mind there is no "right" answer as emotions and rationale are unique to each individual/family.
d) How many hours of service you are requesting (up to four).
e) What is the level of urgency time-wise in completing this task (minimal / moderate / critical)?
f) Are you willing to provide a letter of recommendation within a 48-hour period of services being rendered, which may be posted on the agency's website?
g) Are you willing for the owner or a representative to take a before / after photo of the project, which may also be posted to the agency's website?
h) Any pertinent information you feel the owner should be aware of before taking on the project.

At the end of the day, Ms. Ariela is rewarded emotionally by helping those in need and believes the community thrives when its members get back to basics, take the time to do acts of good will and encourage one another to reach out to those around them. Every act of service, even if small, can have a tremendous impact on an individual, a family and a community, and Ms. Ariela aims to assist Veterans' families to the greatest extent possible.

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Noa Ariela
Arlington Home Organization
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