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Community Involvement

Habitat for Humanity

Changing Spaces spent the whole day, December 17th, landscaping, cleaning, laying flooring and installing trim at a new home that was built for the Prince Family, Home for the Holidays.

Changing Spaces Moving, Inc., a locally owned and family-operated moving company serving Greater Birmingham, was one of eleven companies partnering to build this home thru Habitat for Humanity of Greater Birmingham and ABC 33/40.

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Susan G Komen

CSMI donated the consolidation of Susan G Komen from five locations into one location in Homewood, shown is the grand opening ribbon cutting ceremony.

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Alabama Association for Parents of Children with Visual Impairments

“The most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched, they must be felt with the heart”. Helen Keller”

aapvi logoCo-Owner Scott Planson and his wife, Lori Planson are members of the Alabama Association for Parents of the Visually Impaired (AAPVI). Their daughter, Emma Planson, was born with a rare eye condition by the name of bilateral microphthalmia (under-developed eyes). She wears prosthetic shells over her small eyes and can see light and colors. Lori serves as Treasurer and Secretary of the Association. Joe Planson, co-owner of CSMI and grandfather of Emma, also serves on the Board of Directors. Many hours are put into the planning of events for members, fundraiser ideas, education seminars, discovering recreational activities for the families, and resources for parents to access should they decide that the public school is the right setting for their child.

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