“We are thankful for the contributions of our many faithful supporters and our new partners, the USDA 502 Program and Southern Eastern Housing, for helping to make the dream of owning a simple, decent home a reality,” Burgoyne said.
“We are also grateful to all the wonderful volunteers who so willingly give of their time and their talent to help another family have a home. Thank you to Lowe’s for their support on the International Woman’s Build Week and to all local businesses and churches for their continued support,” she said.
The next Habitat home will be built in August.
“And we are working also with our Brush with Kindness program launched this past summer in conjunction with Carpenters for Christ to build ramps in our community. We’ll be doing that in our community this summer as well,” Burgoyne said.
Habitat for Humanity’s A Brush with Kindness is a program which helps to preserve homeownership by partnering with homeowners to restore and maintain a safe and decent place to live.
“We’re still actively participating in the Cost of Home program launched in June of 2019 in conjunction with Habitat for Humanity International for housing advocacy. We stay pretty busy,” Burgoyne said.
“Our Homestore is available for donations and for shoppers. We’re doing great. There’s been a lot of donations. It’s good, and I think people have been more comfortable coming out and doing things,” she said.
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