Housatonic Habitat for Humanity is once again participating in the ‘Seniors Add Valuable Experience’ (SAVE) program run by The United Way of Western Connecticut. Through this program, Danbury-area seniors who volunteer for Housatonic Habitat may be eligible to qualify for a property tax credit.
Housatonic Habitat for Humanity will hold its first free DIY session at the ReStore, 51 Austin St in Danbury on Saturday, August 3 from 11 to 12. Kristin Crump of Foxtrot Home will demonstrate how to create one of a kind coasters using remnant tile and cocktail napkins.
Housatonic Habitat for Humanity recently met with local seniors in the low-vision support group at the Danbury Lions Club meeting. Fran Normann, Executive Director of Housatonic Habitat, gave an overview about Habitat’s Brush with Kindness Program.
Housatonic Habitat for Humanity recently received a lending hand from the M.A.D. Hatters BNI Group of Danbury. Housatonic Habitat’s ReStore benefited from the BNI team’s work organizing products inside the store, and cleaning up flower beds outside its entrance.