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Archive from November, 2016

Christmas 2016- Help us- Donate today!

Nov 15, 2016   //   by Kelly Friedl   //   Uncategorized  //  No Comments

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With the holiday season upon us, Armstrong Habitat for Humanity is reflecting on the past year and on those who have helped our organization in most selfless ways. We value our relationship with you, and we look forward to your ongoing support in the year to come. We also wish you a very Merry Christmas and a New Year filled with peace and prosperity.

Through the support of our community and local businesses, we have rehabilitated a distressed property for one of our most recent Habitat home buyers in the Wick City neighborhood of Kittanning, PA.

We were able to welcome our new Habitat Home Buyer during a dedication ceremony at 306 Smith Street, Kittanning, on October 17, 2016.

This past year we also helped 24 families in the Wick City neighborhood through our Brush with Kindness program. This program is part of our ongoing Wick City Neighborhood Revitalization and Beautification effort – which is a community collaboration that involves repairing and improving low-income properties by creating new planting areas, building wheelchair accessible ramps, repairing porches, painting home exteriors, and repairing roofs. Our sponsors and volunteers not only help us build and repair houses but help build better lives and communities.

Please consider donating to our organization using the enclosed envelop so that we can continue to serve families in need within Armstrong County. If you prefer, you may donate to us online by going to our webpage www.armstronghabitat.org and clicking under Donate Today on the PayPal Verified button. And while shopping online at Amazon, consider choosing Armstrong Habitat for Humanity as your selected charity for AmazonSmile purchases.

Thank you in advance for your support. With your donation we can and will continue putting God’s love into action by bringing people together to build homes, communities, and hope.

Sincerely,

Michael McElhaney

Executive Director

Armstrong Habitat for Humanity