"If every nonprofit agency operated like this it would be a lot better community," he said.
The Kanawha Valley Fellowship Home, located in downtown Charleston, was founded in 1960.
Over the years, the agency has helped many men struggling with substance abuse to become productive citizens yet again.
Like many nonprofits, the group accepts donations. Donations can be sent to Kanawha Valley Fellowship Home 1121 Virginia St. E., Charleston, WV 25301.
Commissioners also heard an update about community cleanups held in the spring and fall.
Four cleanups already have been held in the county this spring. A total of 4,016 cars have come through the drop off points, according to figures provided by Colt Sandoro, deputy county planner.
Participants have dropped off 8,641 tires, 655 tons of debris and trash, 54 tons of metal and 61 tons of electronic waste, according to the figures.
"That's a lot of tires that don't end up being thrown over the hill or in a creek somewhere," Hardy said.
The tires are handed over to the state Department of Environmental Protection, which recycles them into material like mulch, Sandoro said.
The commission budgeted about $190,000 to pay for the seven cleanups being held this year.
The spring cleanups are over, but more will be held in the fall, Sandoro said.
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