Giving life back...

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Making an impact

 We contribute time and money to the organizations below. In the Denver community, we work closely with Mile High Sober Living, an organization that serves vulnerable and underprivileged populations by providing an exceptional sober living experience to those in recovery. Our technicians are the sole service provider for the MHSL Organization when it comes to all things home maintenance and property repair.

Creating jobs in the Denver community

 Home Tech Handyman Ltd. proudly provides gainful employment opportunities for those trying to get back on their feet. We provide on-the-job training opportunities and only require that recruits are passionate about helping others, respectful, and authentic about their intentions. Home Tech Handyman Ltd. prepares young men and women for meaningful careers in a growing industry.

To learn more about MHSL watch this quick video or CLICK HERE to visit their webpage.

Charities and Volunteering

Everyone should have an opportunity to improve their mental wellness every day. 

In 2018 our owner contributed to over 80 volunteer hours as a Kynd Leader during group experiences with Project Helping. Their organization hosted 484 volunteer events providing 2752 volunteers the opportunity to improve mental wellness within themselves and others. 

663 million people in the world live without clean water.

Charity: water donates 100% of proceeds collected and has funded 29,725 water projects for 8.4 million people around the world. Our owner has contributed yearly since discovering them and pledged his birthday to help change lives. Instead of gifts, give him donations.

Supported through the generosity of thousands of donors and members nationwide including Home Tech Handyman Ltd.

The Association was organized for educational and charitable activities for law enforcement officers in command ranks and supervisory agents of state & federal law enforcement agencies as well as leaders in the private security sector. NACOP also provides funding to small departments, officers and the family of those officer’s paralyzed and disabled in the line of duty. They collected $3,236,436 in donations through 2018.