Simeo is one of the receiving clerks at our donation dock. He has been a part of our team since November. His role consists of accepting donations at our donation drop-off, making sure items are clean and working properly, pricing items, and helping to move items out to the sales floor. Simeo learned about theContinue reading Staff Spotlight: Simeo →
Adam has been one of the ReStore truck drivers for around 5 months, which means that he assists with donation pick-ups, works on the donation drop-off dock, and helps move ReStore merchandise out to the sales floor. One of Adam’s favorite parts of his job is assisting ReStore donors. “It makes them happy, and IContinue reading Staff Spotlight: Adam →
So far in our series on the overlap between housing justice and environmental justice, we explored emerging disparities in access to energy-efficient housing as well as disparities in the urban heat environment that have been cemented by decades of development patterns informed by discriminatory policies. These examples of interwoven issues highlight that, as a housingContinue reading Habitat International’s Position on Climate Change: Part 3 of Our Housing & the Environment Series →
2021 was certainly a year to remember. When we sat down with RAHFH Executive Director Keri Asevedo to discuss what this year was like for our organization, a few words came to her mind: powerful, tenacious, and determined. There are plenty of 2021 memories that stand out, like cheering with Charae (a 2021 homebuyer) asContinue reading Looking back on 2021 →
These photos were taken during a build day in honor of Daniel Nielsen. We were honored that Daniel’s friends and members of his family chose to volunteer on our build sites for a day to celebrate his life and legacy. It is clear that Daniel lived an extraordinary life, and that he was someone whoContinue reading In honor of Daniel Nielsen →
By Caitlyn Baylor, RAHFH Homeowner Services & Grants Director In part one of our series on housing and the environment, we looked ahead at disparities that are just beginning to unfold in access to energy efficient housing. In part two, we look backward to gain insight on how past housing policy has impacted who isContinue reading The Problematic History of Housing Policy: Part two of our housing & the environment series →
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