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Habitat for Humanity International will send 2,000 shelter repair kits to Puerto Rico to help families repair their damaged homes following Hurricane Maria. The kits—which are being assembled by Habitat volunteers in metro Atlanta this week—are the first phase of the Habitat Hammers Back recovery initiative in Puerto Rico. The shelter repair kits contain the tools and
The “Tuesday/Thursday” Kansas regulars have been volunteering with Habitat for Humanity in Kansas City, Kansas for as long as Dave Lillard can remember.
Habitat for Humanity of Kansas City President/CEO Pat Turner addressed eager early risers Wednesday Sept. 20th and Saturday Sept. 30th. To inspire nearly 500 volunteers at these two events, Turner quoted a favorite saying of Habitat for Humanity Founder Millard Fuller. Fuller frequently claimed that volunteers, homeowners, and sponsors working side-by-side in their city inevitably
Habitat for Humanity of Kansas City is deeply saddened by the recent passing of James B. Nutter, Sr. Mr. Nutter was a Kansas City institution whose legacy is not simply one of business success, but one of generosity towards many Kansas City organizations. Habitat for Humanity of Kansas City was a recipient of Mr. Nutter’s
This year Habitat for Humanity of Kansas City and Kansas City National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) partnered to rehab a historic three story home in the Boston Heights and Mount Hope neighborhood. The home was acquired through the Kansas City Land Bank and had been sitting vacant for more than 15 years. 3023 Highland
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