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As past president of the Cleveland Homes Builders Association, Enzoco Homes was able to select a cause in which the HBA would raise funds.  Thru a very successful and enjoyable fundraising event, and thanks to the hard work of the staff at the HBA and well attended by many veterans, we were able to provide veteran Clay Baten with a much-needed generator for his home.
Arranged a field-trip with Cuyahoga Valley Career Center for an on-site home construction visit. 36 students had the opportunity to visit Enzoco's home site. We provided the students with a quick 101 of the homebuilding industry and how a vacant lot ends up with a home on it.  It was explained where customers come from by sharing a story about his current buyers for the home in Chesterland.
Contacted by the Cleveland Veteran Administration regarding veteran Jesus Coreleon who was in need of a renovation to his bathroom to make it wheelchair accessible. We were able to provide that service at no charge to the veteran.

2013 Dream Home To Be Built In Concord Township By Enzoco Homes

Munson Township-based Enzoco Homes, has been chosen as this year's designer and builder. The home will mark the 20th anniversary of the organization's annual fundraising project.  "We've been attending the Dream House for years and have been impressed with the outpouring support of the community," Enzo and Joe Perfetto said. "We're excited to not only be selected but to give back. We're happy to be able to step up to the plate." Proceeds from the Dream House project have totaled over $3.8 million (approximately $200,000 per year) to provide facility and equipment enhancements for each branch of the Lake County YMCA (Central-Painesville, West End-Willoughby, East End-Madison, Outdoor Y-Perry, and Childcare Providers Program). The Lake County YMCA serves about 1 in 4 children and adults annually, providing a wide range of activities to nurture their potential.  "The Dream House allows us to continue our cause to strengthen the foundations of our community and to change lives," said Dick Bennett, executive director and CEO of the Lake County YMCA. "It's the defining event of the community; it brings people together from start to finish. We are delighted to be celebrating the 20th year of making dreams come true for families in our community and to continue to provide resources that enrich lives."

Contacted by West Geauga High School to help with the construction of their sales center for children.  Café Achieve began in 2013 as a small selection of breakfast and snack items displayed on a movable counter in the back of the West Geauga High School cafeteria. It derived its name from the students in the Geauga Achieve Program who sold these items for about two hours every morning. Geauga Achieve is an educational program that houses students with special programming needs from several Geauga County school districts. The program is located within West Geauga High School.
Judge for Westlake High School Technology & Engineering Education Department Annual Student Model Home Design Contest  for the year 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019
Enzoco Homes Selected Aa 2015 YMCA Dream  Home Builder 
Today, the Lake County YMCA engages 1 out of every five households across the county. We are part of the nation’s leading nonprofit committed to helping people and communities to learn, grow and thrive. We believe by nurturing the potential of every child and teen, improving the community's health and well-being, and supporting and serving our neighbors, the Y ensures that everyone has the opportunity to become healthier, more confident, connected and secure.
Provided a wheelchair ramp for local veteran Edward Paul Mills  Division 25 infantry Rank PFC  Stationed  Breckenridge Kentucky, Korea.   We were able to prove not only a ramp but a deck in which the outdoors can be enjoyed from a wheelchair.
Special thanks to Louis Mezzopera, 2015-2016 Notre Dame Cathedral Latin President. NDCL contributed $237 thru fundraising efforts of the student council to benefit veterans.
Enzo Perfetto was 2017 keynote speaker at the Westlake High School Technology & Engineering Education Department 
Student Model Home Design Contest.  The theme of the speech was to encourage our youth to get involved in the housing industry and to highlight its many career opportunities.
In 2016 Enzoco Foundation was formalized into a 501 (c)(3)
2018 Judge for Westlake High School Technology & Engineering Education Department Annual Student Model Home Design Contest .
2019 STUDENT MODEL HOME DESIGN CONTEST Judging – Friday, January 18, 2019  Cuyahoga Valley Career Center
"The Great Multi-Unit Townhouse" 
Enzoco Foundation was honored to donate the renovation, decorating and furnishing of the “Victims Crime Room” at The Cleveland Homicide Department.  A special thanks to Grace Leon, Sgt. Teresa Gomez, Lieutenant Ali Pillow, Sgt. Aaron Reese, Blue Line Unlimited and the Cleveland Police Department as well as all our First Responders.
Enzoco Foundation was honored to donate the renovation of a bathroom adding a walk-in shower to a local Geauga County Bronze Star Viet-Nam Veteran.
Enzoco Foundation is a proud supporter of the men and women in blue. They leave the comfort of their home and family every day to protect us. Thank you to Ralph Spidalieri and Blue Lines Unlimited for such an incredible event. Special thanks to Randy Bialosky Russell Police, Mark Fetheroff Mentor Police, Grace Leon Crisis Intervention Specialist and Ali Pillow Commander of the Bureau of Special Investigations
Honored to be part of The Home Builders Charitable and Educational Funds check presentation of $150,000 to Make-A-Wish. Thanks to Brenda Callaghan’s ingenuity and leadership, this is the second year we have built and raffled off a Home-For-The-Holidays. Total donations to Make-A-Wish to date are $325,000
Brenda Callaghan, Executive Director
George Goudreau, Chairman
Enzo Perfetto, Treasurer
Russell O, Rourke, Legal Counsel, and Board Member
Bill Martin, Board Member
Josh Edgell, Board Member
Rob Myres, Board Member
Mike Kendra, Builder 2021/2022
Geauga County "BRONZE STAR VETERAN" receives "Extreme Bathroom Makeover." from Enzoco Foundation
My nickname is Jim. I was drafted to The United States Army in March of 1968. I did my basic training at Fort Knox, Kentucky. I then went to Fort Polk, Louisiana where I was placed in the infantry. I then went to Fort Hood and was trained in a mechanized division. After one year of marriage, I was deployed to Viet Nam in the 5th Battalion Mechanized Division in December of 1969. When I arrived in Quang Tri Viet Nam, I was assigned to be a gunner in a mechanized tank division in tank #13. it's 3 & 13 were always lucky numbers for me and I prayed this time the luck would continue. I stayed at Quang Tri for 9 months and then my battalion was moved a little closer to the DMZ at Dong Ha. I basically spent my year in the country in the jungle at the DMZ. Yes, I did get injured but in my case, it was not life-threatening. I lost many brothers during this time and did receive a Bronze Star. I have so many memories that I want to forget but at times can't. I love my country and would do it again, however, I was luckier than most I came home to my wife and family. I do suffer from Agent Orange-related disabilities, but I often think of those that were lost and their families. We pay a high price for FREEDOM. I live in Newbury with my wife of 53 years and our fantastic two adult children, a daughter, and a son. I am blessed!
From Jim's Wife Diana:
We met Enzo and his foundation, “The Enzoco Foundation," which helps Veterans in need with home repairs at no charge, through the VA in Geauga County, as my husband Jim is a Viet Nam veteran. We were talking about my husband as he needed a walk-in shower due to his health. Randy McVicker from VA Geauga said there was a builder in our area who wants to help veterans and if it was ok for him to call us. Enzo called us and came out to see if there was a way he could install a shower. Enzo took pictures of the existing bath and returned a day or so later. He was able to help us, to our amazement. I wasn't sure anything could be done. He demolished our bathroom and part of a closet in the bedroom to give my husband a shower. They thought out everything and we were amazed at the results. They explained day to day what the next step was and who was coming out and their time. I, as a woman, did not know what to expect with the demolition. Enzo said just sit and relax and we will take care of everything. After the first few hours, we were amazed at how they covered floors, put plastic here and there to keep dust to the minimum. The whole process was really worry-free. They did exactly as they said with design, installation, respect, and courtesy in our home. The workers were trustworthy, considerate and pleasant. No one minded that my husband asked many questions and sometimes they explained over and over due to his memory. We have a new and BEAUTIFUL bathroom for my husband’s safety. Their work ethics are superior. We were surprised how clean they kept the areas and the progress was quick. We highly recommend Enzo and Joe to work for you as they did for US.
Enzo and Joe are the nicest guys. They went above and beyond and to this day I still get messages from Enzo if we need anything during this Coronavirus and sheltering in place. We cannot say enough about these two brothers. We miss seeing them and hope summer comes soon so we can get together. Our heartfelt thanks and our love and respect for them is in our hearts forever!!!! Thank you Enzo and Joe and all your workers.......... Jim and Diana
2023 The Home Builders Association of Greater Cleveland presented a check for $180,000 to Make-A-Wish for a total of over $500,000 in the last three years. All thanks to Brenda Callaghan the Executive Officer of the HBA. I am proud to be the Treasurer of this wonderful organization.
We also had the great fortune of personally meeting the co-founder of Make-A-Wish, Linda Bergendahl-Pauling.
Make-A-Wish traces its inspiration to Christopher James Greicius, an energetic 7-year-old boy battling leukemia who wishes to be a police officer. In 1980, his Phoenix community came together to make his wish come true. Little did Chris know that his wish would create a movement that would transform millions of lives.
Today, Make-A-Wish has granted hundreds of thousands of life-changing wishes to children battling critical illnesses. Wishes that give families hope through dark times, strength to persevere and experiences that forever change their lives.
Thank you to his mother, Linda Pauling, the Greicius family and the founders for their tireless dedication to our mission.
This evening, Blue Line Unlimited had the opportunity to present Sheriff Scott A. Hildenbrand and the Geauga County Sheriff's Office Sheriff Scott A. Hildenbrand K9 Unit with a check for $10,000.00 as a result of the Prime Time for K9’s raffle. Collectively, we raised $5,300 from supporters within our community and rounded the donation up to assist with the purchase of a new K9 for the agency.
We’d like to give a special shout-out to the Perfetto Family and the Enzoco Foundation for their generous support to the cause by making a $1,000 donation to this campaign.
To all of our donors, thank you for your support! This solidifies our belief that together, we can make a difference.
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