April is National Volunteer Month, so we're highlighting Penny, one of our great volunteers at the ReStore.
Penny does most of her volunteering at the ReStore, although she also helps with the Overall Ball, home construction and our Holiday Tree auction. Lately, she has been coming in to the ReStore on Mondays, when it's closed to the public, to get even more work done!
Habitat for Humanity of Summit and Wasatch Counties is now accepting registration for its free financial education course specifically tailored to women.
The five-week course approaches personal finances and related issues, perceptions and attitudes that women face differently than men do, and students can ask questions directly to the instructors.
Habitat for Humanity of Summit and Wasatch Counties takes the month of April to further the understanding of the critical role that Habitat plays in helping families create strength, stability and self-reliance through homeownership.
We are doing our part in the ReStore to call attention to the need for affordable housing and raise funds to drive lasting change.
Our 10-unit and 4-unit townhouses continue to grow even through 162 inches of new powder.