I have seven siblings, three of whom are adopted. My parents used to foster children when we were younger, and they fell in love with my brothers and adopted them. I have always thought adopting a child is noble, and my responsibility is to champion the rights and support given to parents who decide to provide love and care to orphaned children. I recently presented my proposal to the government to provide help with indoor comfort to these parents during winter as it could be like helping the children. I was elated when I received an email where the county government gave me the go-ahead with the project. They provided funds, and it was my job to look for a suitable HVAC business. We found an HVAC brand downtown, small, but with great reviews about their quality HVAC systems and the services their HVAC repairman provides. The government approved the company and worked to execute several HVAC installations. Though the HVAC units we fitted did not have the new HVAC technology, they were still efficient. We provided programmable thermostats that allowed the parents to set their preferred temperature. The company’s HVAC provider was swift and efficient in delivering the required HVAC systems and HVAC professionals to offer HVAC maintenance. For the scheme to be successful, we needed to partner with several companies. It was exciting meeting professionals from other companies. Though it was sometimes challenging to work with different companies, we had a similar goal and were determined to achieve it. The government used approximately five million in the scheme, but it was all for a good cause. The mayor had presented the scheme as a promise when elected, and he had fulfilled it.