The Anatomy of Important Spaces
The human body needs a healthy heart to circulate blood, and strong bones and muscles to help us get from place to place. Our infrastructure needs periodic attention so we can continue to work, pray, create, play, and commune with others.
When we want to keep our body strong and healthy, we visit with our doctor for a physical. Then, based on his or her findings, we strive to make positive changes in how we care for our important internal space, so our intellectual and emotional self can continue to rock on!
Just like our bodies, the structures where we live, work, and pray often need a physical. Based on those findings, we may discover that to continue to live, work, pray, or spend time with others in these places, we also need to make positive changes to the infrastructure of these important spaces.
COTS serves over 120 people every year. In order to be sure the buildings stay strong and healthy for many years to come, we need to make some positive changes to the physical structure.
Your generous donation can help us ensure the these important spaces, the places our residents know as ˜home,” will receive much needed infrastructure updates. You have the power to help COTS remain strong and accessible to the most vulnerable among us for many years to come.