helps people book services for their home.

The Austin-based company just launched Yards for Vets, a program with plans to employ 50 local veterans in the lawn care industry.

“There are over 19,000 unemployed veterans in Texas,” Keith Peterson, Chief Marketing Officer of, said in a news release. “We can’t solve that problem alone but we can fight it by helping people who have served our country honorably and now need an opportunity to work.”

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Other handy helper services Done offers include painting, general handiwork, furniture assembly and more. Done serves as a marketplace connecting homeowners with local service providers who are licensed, insured and have background checks.