Eleven volunteers representing the Rotary Club of Scottsdale Arizona partnered with City of Scottsdale's Operation Fix It (neighbors helping neighbors) to complete a yard landscape installation of drought-tolerant plants and 15 tons of gravel for a Scottsdale homeowner in need.  This is the second Operation Fix It project for the Club.  The first was a house painting project in February 2019. Operation Fix It provides assistance to Scottsdale home owners with exterior improvements to their properties when they are unable to address due to financial/physical constraints. 


Per the Club's Community Service Project Director, Laura Biever, the home owner were thrilled and thankful for all the hard work and beautiful landscaping job.   


In addition to landscaping, the Rotary Club of Scottsdale presented to Michelle Holmes, Program Manager of Operation Fix It, a check for $1,000 for use on future home improvement projects within the City of Scottsdale. Operation Fix It program is not funded by the City of Scottsdale Arizona and operates on donations both financial and in kind and the support of our incredible volunteers who contribute their precious time, sweat and dedication to the program's mission which is: To find creative solutions to assist our residents in need with helpful hands and generous hearts.