Everyone in Preble County should have a decent place to live!
Preble County's Housing Advocates
H.I.T Foundation owns and manages rental properties in Preble County that we make available to families at affordable rates that don’t exceed 30% of their income. Our houses are well maintained and set the standard for safe, quality, affordable properties a family can call home.
Eagle's Point Announcement: Plans are currently being made to begin the demolition of the vacant structures on the corner of Barron and Decatur streets as part of the Eagle's Point development. More information coming soon!
Senior Home Repair
Fall and Spring Cleanups are offered regardless of income. Fall clean-ups will be offered from late October to early December, depending on weather and availability of volunteers. Volunteers will offer the following services through the program: • Raking leaves • Cleaning gutters (first story only) • Picking up and disposing of limbs, branches • Trimming shrubbery • Other services may be offered by request. • Clean-ups are first come, first served, and are not guaranteed if resources or volunteers are limited.
Community Development Professionals, LLC is bringing Board Basics training to Preble County. Sharpen your community board work by learning more about establishing and maintaining a strong board structure.
Thursday, Oct. 23 Thursday, Nov. 13 Eaton campus of Sinclair Community College
Contact Brandy at the HIT Foundation (Ext. 406) for more information.
Whether you are an active retiree, a youth group, boy scout troop or church organization, your help is needed! Volunteerism is the lifeblood of the Senior Home Repair Program.
While we always appreciate construction skill, all hands on board are useful—even kids! And what a way to teach our children to remember the elderly in our community whom are dependent on others for assistance.
The Senior Home Repair Program also relies on donations to complete repairs for seniors in Preble County. Overhead for the program is provided by the HIT Foundation; 100 percent of donations go to the costs of labor and material for repairs.
It’s easy to donate to the program. Donations help keep Preble County Seniors safe in their homes.