Over the past two years, the leadership at CASA of Larimer County has dedicated time and effort to provide maintenance and repairs to the Harmony House.  “We want to be intentional that we are using this property to its fullest and maintaining it in a way that creates a welcoming home environment for families right now while ensuring it will be here for generations to come,” says Executive Director, Sabrina Stoker.  This year’s major project was a much-needed upgrade to the electrical services. “Having been built in 1904, the electrical at Harmony House could no longer support modern demands. Families and staff needed access to printers, microwaves, and heating or cooling units.”

After going through a bidding process with several electrical companies, one company clearly stood out among them all: Conduct All Electric.  A small company located in Windsor, Conduct All Electric has been recognized by BizWest as one of the fastest-growing companies in Northern Colorado. They offer both commercial and residential services with no job too big or too small; they certainly proved that at Harmony House!

Evan Worsely, the company’s Owner/President, offered to upgrade the Harmony House electrical services completely free of charge.  It was a quick turn around with a walkthrough of the property to understand the scope of the work, a proposal, and within a week this team was busy making lots of changes.  The work they provided was done in just two days and they did a great job of working around our client schedules to ensure each family would still be able to have visits.  Their services will greatly improve the quality of the safe environment we strive to create at Harmony House.

As a local business, the team at Conduct All believes in making a difference locally.  Worsely stated, “We wanted to donate services to Harmony House as our way of saying thank you for what you, your staff, volunteers and building offer our community.  The work you guys do is vital and if we can do anything to help our community we try really hard to do so.  I am hoping any funds you guys had set aside for some of these repairs can go back into the program and help more families and kiddos.” With a growing waitlist of children in need of a Court Appointed Special Advocate, we have been able to add an extra CASA training class this year thanks to this donation made possible by Conduct All.

Not long after the project began, Corina Miller, the Office Manager for Conduct All signed up to become a CASA volunteer.  On August 28th, she and 11 other new volunteers were sworn in by Chief Judge Howard. Worsely is considering joining the next class.