Friedrich Air Conditioning Co. has donated a variety of AC products to the Roy Maas Youth Alternatives (RMYA) Turning Point Transitional Living, a nonprofit program that helps local at-risk young adults learn how to live productive, independent lives.
RMYA Turning Point recently opened its sixth home in San Antonio, named the “Annie Laurie” House, designed to assist youth who need a safe place to live and have aged out of foster care or who are homeless. It is the only program of its kind in San Antonio, housing up to 32 youth at a time in this 18-month program.
Friedrich provided a multi-zone ductless mini-split system and four Friedrich Kühl window air conditioning units to help ensure the new 1,385 square foot home is a comfortable, welcoming place for its occupants.
“The RMYA Turning Point Transitional Living program provides such an important service for youth in this community who might otherwise fall through the cracks,” said Lionel Lopez, director of engineering at Friedrich Air Conditioning. “Caring for our local community and knowing that our products are providing great relief for those in need are aligned with our corporate and employee values, and we are proud to support this essential cause.”