Habitat for Humanity is mobilizing its response to Hurricane Harvey and putting out a call for support for long-term recovery efforts along the Texas and Louisiana coast.
“Harvey may prove to be the largest housing disaster in American history,” said Habitat for Humanity International CEO Jonathan Reckford. “Building on more than 20 years of disaster response, we are prepared to help Texas and Louisiana on the long road to recovery.”
Donations can be made at habitat.org/h
The Flatirons Habitat for Humanity construction team has grown by two. On Sept. 12, AmeriCorps Vista members Chloe and Taylor joined our staff to serve 11 months as construction crew leaders. Both are looking forward to exploring the natural beauty our lovely state has to offer, as well as gaining hands-on knowledge of construction and affordable housing. Taylor, originally from South Dakota, has a master’s in architecture from Montana State University. She said she has alway
Flatirons Habitat has been blessed over its nearly 25-year history with a host of dedicated volunteers, staff and board members, all of whom were guided by a vision of a world where everyone has a decent place to live. Count among them Karen Utley, who was there from the beginning and continued to give her time, energy and love to us until just a few years ago. Next week, we hope to return that love in a tribute to her. Karen, our first board president, passed away on June 5