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Eddie Cleveland, founder and owner of Rob’e Mans, believes it’s important to give back to the community. At Rob’e Mans, we believe not only in providing you with great customer service and quality work, but also in giving our time and money to causes we care about. Our success enables us to pay it forward with donations of our time and money to the following causes:
Spring Valley School
Eddie’s own son attends the local Spring Valley School, a sanctuary for students with dyslexia, ADHD, dysgraphia, and other learning differences. In addition to supporting the school, Eddie and his wife Trish are involved with the school’s annual Feed the Need program, which provides 10,000 meals to Haiti and Birmingham. Trish served as the Feed the Need Event Director and Corporate Captain helping the school to raise $80,000 in 2015 and over $60,000 in 2016. During the summer of 2016, the couple helped Spring Valley School transition into their new school building. They had more than 150 service hours between them. Some of the activities they completed included cutting the grass and hedges, pressure washing the playground, putting up new playground equipment, cleaning, taping, putting down drop cloths, ordering supplies, painting, moving furniture, and directing other volunteers.
In March 2017, Spring Valley School took their 8-12 graders on a school trip to Washington DC. Eddie accompanied his son and served as a chaperone. In July, Trish worked closely with the BIRMINGHAM NAPA AUTOCARE GROUP to host a golf tournament benefitting Spring Valley School. In addition to working the tournament, she helped obtained sponsorships and golfers. The tournament was a success raising $12,609.17. August, we had a water filter installed in the school’s water fountain to improve the taste of the water for students and faculty. Eddie and Trish have been volunteering by cutting the grass, weed eating, blowing the parking lot, trimming trees, spraying weeds, and putting out ant killer around the school grounds. In September, we donated new double pane windows with argon gas in all the classrooms to replace the old cloudy single pane windows. The students and faculty are enjoying being able to see outside. November, Rob’e Mans added signage to the brick monument in front of the school along with a side gate in the parking lot to provide extra security. Also in November, Trish assisted with the annual school fundraiser called Circle of Giving, which raised over $59,000. During the campaign, Trish was able to work along with Protective Life employees to build an outdoor nature walking trail and outdoor classroom area.
In 2018, Eddie and Trish continue to maintain the school grounds by cutting the grass, weed eating, blowing the parking lot, trimming trees, spraying weeds and putting out ant killer. In May 2018, Spring Valley School took their 9-12 graders on a school trip to Boston, Massachusetts. Eddie volunteered to be a chaperone. The students found the trip to be both educational and fun. Also in May, Spring Valley School presented Eddie, Trish and Dylon Cleveland with the 2018 Community Partner Family Award. Trish assisted the students, parents and faculty with packing 13,000 vitamins for Children in Guatemala and afterwards helped serve the students ice cream. In June, Trish and Eddie Cleveland hosted Spring Valley School’s fishing team at their lake. The fishing team had a great time and caught over 35 fish. In July, Trish spent a Saturday painting the new classrooms and stairwells with other parent volunteers. In August, Eddie and Trish continue to maintain the school grounds and had a plumber service the school’s water fountains in preparation of school starting.
A Christian organization that gives children in need a chance in this world by providing them with a healthy home, discipline, and direction, as well as teaching them a Godly work ethic. The Big Oak Ranch also provides transition apartments, ways for children to stay active, and job assistance—everything they need to be successful in life!
Run by the US Marine Corps Reserve, this program provides toys to needy children in the community, Rob’e Mans is a designated collection facility and you can drop off new, unopened toys with us during the Christmas season.
Eddie serves as an assistant scout master for Troup One, based out of South Minister Church. His son has been a scout for many years and along with Eddie, they have participated in many Eagle Projects for the community, such as trail development, building outdoor seating areas for local churches and parks, and rebuilding scout cabins. In 2016, Eddie's son achieved the rank of Eagle Scout by building 6 outdoor benches for his school. Both Trish and her son sold Christmas trees to help raise money for his Boy Scout troop. In 2017, Eddie conducts a class at Rob'e Mans for Troop 1 to earn their Automotive Maintenance badge. Also, he continues to maintain the vans for Boy Scouts Troop 1 to ensure the vans are safe and ready to go on scouting events.
The Jimmie Hale Mission offers shelters for the homeless, recovery programs, after school Bible programs, and learning centers. Eddie and his wife Trish help provide funding to feed 250 people every Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.
The ADA helps to save lives, educate the public about the disease and preventative measures, and to search for a cure. Being diabetic herself, this is a sponsorship near and dear to Eddie’s wife, Trish.
Both organizations focus on the physical and mental health of our American soldiers. The Wounded Warrior Project also focuses on the long-term financial well-being of injured vets, their families, and their care-takers. K-9s for Warriors provides service dogs to warriors suffering from PTSD and injury.
We proudly donate to this organization that works to enhance the lives of children and families in South Africa by providing the resources and education they need to improve their family situation financially, educationally, and spiritually. We started sponsoring Asemahle Yothwana from Umzimvubu, South Africa in Sept 9, 2009. The World Vision office in South Africa has informed us that Asemahle Yothwana is no longer available for sponsorship because her family has moved away from the community. We have a new precious child, Anothando Mdoyi from Mbhashe, South Africa that we will be sponsoring. Anothando was born on July 6, 2011 and lives with her grandmother. World Vision supplies family farms with chickens and seeds so they can both eat and sell eggs and food they cultivate. Each year as a family, we decide what animals or supplies we want to sponsor for that year. We have donated food, chickens, goats, ducks, rabbits, clothing, medicine, necessities and soccer balls. Through their Channels of Hope program, they address the AIDS health crisis in South Africa by empowering church leaders to provide education programs and care for people living with AIDS. World Vision also uses donated funds to help train healthcare workers, improve childhood education, and train families on how to grow small businesses.