By Caitlyn Baylor Have you read the latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report? It’s a very sobering assessment of the unprecedented and irreversible climate changes underway throughout our world. You will often hear us say that Habitat for Humanity works to create a world where everyone has a decent place to live. A bigContinue reading The Energy Burden Gap: Part One of Our Housing & the Environment Series →
Meet Amy, one of our ReStore cashiers! When you shop at the ReStore, there’s a good chance that Amy will be running the register, stocking shelves, or providing awesome customer service by answering any questions you have. Amy has worked at the ReStore for around seven months, but before joining the team, she was aContinue reading Staff Spotlight: Amy →
Q: How would you describe your role at RAHFH? A: My role at RAHFH is Development Director. My role at RAHRH is to oversee all aspects of the fundraising program. That includes building relationships, soliciting and executing fundraising events. Q: What is your history with Habitat? How long have you worked with RAHFH? A: I amContinue reading Staff Spotlight: Shondra →
Like so many of our homeowners’ stories, this story starts with the dream of owning a home. Unlike most of our stories, that is also how it ends. Betty says owning her own home was something she always dreamed of, but in 2008, she was renting what she calls “a cramped little apartment” with herContinue reading Impact Story: Betty →
Sehade is one of the newest members of the Habitat team, and we are already blown away by her amazing work as our ReStore Director! We hope you enjoy getting to know a little bit about her through this Q&A. Q: How would you describe your role at Habitat/the ReStore? A: I would say myContinue reading Staff Spotlight: Sehade →
Orlyn Huwe was one of Rockford Area Habitat for Humanity’s most dedicated long-term supporters. He was kind, generous with his time, and passionate about pursuing a way for everyone to have a decent place to live and call home. He was a committed ReStore volunteer, and when our newer ReStore building opened on Harrison Avenue,Continue reading In Loving Memory of Orlyn Huwe →
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