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Habitat for Humanity has bumped up security plans for an upcoming visit by former President Jimmy Carter to an East Oakland housing development site after eight workers were robbed at gunpoint at the site on Tuesday...Tuesday at Brookfield Court, a
They families received the keys to their new homes on Friday. The new homeowners, the Espinoza, Flem and Patrick-Miernicki families, thanked all those who worked so hard to help them reach this goal. Through donations of money, labor, materials, and
The national charity is aiming for even more children and their families to become involved this year. The Habitat for Humanity Build Challenge runs from 28 September until 27 October and is fronted by Habitat for Humanity characters Harry and Holly.'
S Martin Place isn't where you'd expect to see a third-world slum home. But that's where one has been temporarily set up to raise awareness about people living in inadequate housing around the world as the federal government puts the brakes on
Habitat for Humanity Chicago South Suburbs executive director David Tracy talks about the 25th anniversary of the group inside the chapter's office. Casey Toner~Sun-Times Media Ten years ago, Habitat for Humanity Chicago South Suburbs officials were
Ronald McDonald House Charities needs pantry items, cleaning supplies, disposable gloves and large trash bags, coffee, gift cards and other items found on website wish list: www.rmhevansville.org or by calling 812-402-7642...Vincent Center for
South Puget Sound Habitat for Humanity will break ground on its new affordable housing development, Woods Glen in Lacey, on Saturday. Habitat for Humanity purchased the 5-acre site at 4405 37th Ave. SE in 2011, and plans to construct 33 homes there
This year, Weaver Elementary is a construction project that doubles as a school. Kids walk to class between caution tape [...] Log in Continue with the story. Get full access to ocegister.com and much more by becoming a 7-day subscriber.
In April 1990, a report in this newspaper said Ernest Turner was smiling as he watched a group of Lexington Habitat for Humanity volunteers build in less than 24 hours, start to finish what was to become his family's home. In 2008, Turner, along with
Star-Telegram employees were among the people startled Monday night to see a house pass by their office doors. The house, built by Habitat for Humanity volunteers in Sundance Square last week, was escorted by police officers to its permanent site on