Family Matters Blog: Show Seeks Families for Home Makeover
American Forces Press Service
WASHINGTON, Apr. 19, 2011 I’m excited to share new information about an amazing opportunity for deserving military families.
The producers of ABC’s “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” are seeking people involved in the military whose home deserves an extreme makeover.
The producers are looking for people with “amazing strength of character and who put their own needs aside to help others,” a press release said. “Whether it’s a soldier, a mom, a teacher or a fireman, we think deserving families are families who inspire those around them.”
Additionally, the show’s producers are seeking families whose houses need major alterations or repair – “homes that present serious problems for the family and affect the family’s quality of life.”
To be eligible, families must own their single family home and be able to demonstrate how a makeover will make a difference in their lives.
Interested military families or people who wish to nominate a military family should e-mail a short description of the family’s story to email@example.com. The e-mail should include the names and ages of household members, a description of the family’s challenges, an explanation of why the family is deserving of a makeover or is a positive role model in the community, photos of the family and their home, and contact numbers.
The deadline for nominations is May 30, but people should send submissions early, the release said. Only up to 25 families are selected each season.
For more information on the application process, visit
Please pass this information on to deserving military families. I hope to see a few on “Home Edition” next season.
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