George to the Rescue is helping yet another group of Long Islanders in desperate need of some benevolent carpenters in the next episode of the reality show airing Saturday on NBC.
In the fourth episode of the tenth fall season, host George Oliphant transforms an enormous warehouse space into a vibrant sensory gym and literacy center in Lindenhurst.
“It is a privilege to work hand-in-hand with the volunteers, neighborhood leaders, and so many others to make change happen in our communities,” said Oliphant. “They give with their heart and do not rest until the project has finished.”
The home improvement series follows Oliphant and his team of contractors and designers taking on perplexing home improvement projects for families facing their own personal challenges within their homes or work spaces that they can’t address on their own.
It has featured many Long Islanders over the years since the show launched in 2013, with Saturday’s episode marking the fourth locally shot edition this year alone.
On Oct. 12, George lead a massive first floor accessibility renovation for an inspiring teenage girl with cerebral palsy in Farmingdale. In March he did a life-changing renovation for three Garden City sisters and their father, who is battling Parkinson’s disease. And in April he rescued a Hewlett-based community resource center for individuals and families affected by cancer.
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