Housatonic Habitat for Humanity will hold a Crafts N’ Drafts fundraising event on Saturday, September 21 from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. at Danbury Elks Lodge #120 at 36 Hollow Rd. to benefit Habitat-built affordable homes for local working families.
Come on over and meet “Pysanka” egg painter Moki Kokoris at the first annual Crafts n’ Drafts at the Danbury Elks Lodge No 120, 36 Hollow Rd, on Saturday, September 21st from 6 -9.
Housatonic Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore held its first in a series of DIY sessions at the 51 Austin St. location in Danbury. Kristin Crump, of www.foxtrothome.com demonstrated how to make home-made coasters using small tiles from the ReStore and cocktail napkins.
Housatonic Habitat for Humanity participated in the Random Hacks of Kindness, Jr. “hackathon” event at the Danbury Public Library. The program was led by Patrice Gans, Founder/Director of Random Hacks of Kindness Jr. in Woodbury, CT.
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Donate your car to Housatonic Habitat
Donating your car is easy and directly benefits local families in our community. We accept all kinds of vehicles, including cars, trucks, RV’s, vans, SUV’s, boats and motorcycles, whether they are running or not. Your donation may also be tax deductible. Completing the vehicle donation process takes just 3 simple steps.
PUTTING PEOPLE INTO HOMES SINCE 1991
Homeownership is more than the homes we build. Homeownership provides financial benefits that impact and contribute to the quality of life in greater Danbury. Throughout the region, affordable housing attracts families and individuals who will work in, invest in, and contribute to the economic and civic life of our communities.
Habitat has a solution to stimulating this economic vitality: Give people a chance to live in simple, decent homes they can afford – and sustain. We provide affordable homes built by volunteers with materials gifted by local businesses. We provide an interest-free mortgage for those working families who qualify.
Housatonic Habitat for Humanity has built more than two dozen homes in four towns in Fairfield and Litchfield Counties.