Ice Bucket Challenge for ALS

Well the Ice Bucket Challenge for ALS took social media by storm this summer. And whether you think it was great or silly it did it’s job – Raise Awareness and Money for ALS research.

You can not look at your facebook feed and not see someone you know taking the challenge. And I honestly think that’s great. Because it shows how social media can be a place for good and not just time wasting or mean spirited people. I can actually be  place for people to make a difference, find a connection and educate themselves thru articles others post.

It’s important that we support or local friends and neighbors. And Craig and I were not immune from the Ice Bucket Challenge, and so we are pleased to share our video with you and encourage you whether you took the challenge or not to make even a small donation to the Angel Fund.


“The Angel Fund is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting ALS investigations at the Cecil B. Day Laboratory for Neuromuscular Research, internationally recognized for its ground-breaking work in the fight against this devastating illness.
The Angel Fund was established in 1997 by Ginny Delvecchio, herself an ALS patient. Ginny knew ALS all too well: both her mother and her brother had died of the same illness. Ginny’s spirit prevailed, however, and she worked tirelessly raising awareness of ALS and funds for research until the disease robbed her of the ability to do so. She died of ALS in August of 1998.”

Craig Guido

With 20 years of remodeling experience both in the field and working in collaboration with homeowners to develop remodeling projects designed to fit your lifestyle.