Housatonic Habitat for Humanity will celebrate Earth Day from April 17-21, with special events and 20%-25% savings on re-purposed household goods at its ReStore, at 51 Austin Street in Danbury. Among the activities:
More than 20 students from Western Connecticut State University (WCSU) will participate in a “Western Day of Service” at Housatonic Habitat for Humanity on Friday, April 20 as part of an Earth Week celebration.
Ridgefield resident Kent Rohrer was recently elected president of Housatonic Habitat for Humanity’s Board of Directors. Rohrer, a former executive of IBM,
New Milford Mayor Pete Bass recently stopped by construction of the latest Housatonic Habitat for Humanity affordable home in Greenfield Village and met new homeowners Keri and Gavin at their front door.
Donate your Car to Housatonic Habitat for Humanity through the Cars for Homes Program Housatonic Habitat for Humanity has raised more than $10,000 through the Cars for Homes donation program over the last year. According to Executive Director Fran Normann, “Vehicle donations are another way for the community to building work-force housing for families in greater Danbury.” Donations […]