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Good Times Restoration : A Community Based Company

Growing up we were always taught to leave places or things better than when we found them. Before we would pack up and leave from a camping trip I always remember going around the area we were and picking up all the trash we could find. What better way to continue this practice than having our business giving back to our communities! Here at Good Times Restoration we pride ourselves on giving back to the community in any way we can! Below are some of the organizations we have sponsored to help the communities we live and work in!

compassion To Action

Here at Good Times Restoration having a positive impact on the community and helping those in need is a top priority! We are honored to have the opportunity to sponsor Az Compassion in Action. Az Compassion in Action is a non-profit outreach organization that assists those in urgent need of basic necessities such as food, clothing, furniture, diapers, etc. They have been in operation for over 20 years and provide assistance to hundreds of families weekly.

This year Az Compassion in Action is hosting their first annual Bowl-a-thon on June 22nd from 11am until 1 pm! Good Times Restoration sponsored a lane for this event and provided goody bags for all participants! This event will take place at Brunswick Zone Glendale lanes, 17210 N. 59th Avenue. Stop by and bowl with family and friends, donations of any amount will make a difference.

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     Your safety is our priority! While we are here for you when emergencies do strike, we also believe in prevention of these incidents in the first place and safety precautions when they do happen. As a firefighter owned business Good Times Restoration is excited to announce that we have sponsored Fire Safety Magnets. This organization focuses on fire safety and prevention and runs their campaigns across 1,400 different fire departments across the United States. Their goal is to help save lives, and they do this by producing and distributing dry erase magnets that include fire safety tips and emergency numbers on them.