South Shore Habitat for Humanity to Host Community Meeting for New Home to be Built in Easton
The Easton community meeting will be held on Monday, March 11, 2019 at the Council on Aging, Frothingham Hall at 15 Barrows Street from 6:30–7:30 p.m. Representatives from Habitat will share their build plans and outline the ways the community can get involved. Individuals, organizations, businesses and faith groups are encouraged to attend.
Since 1986 South Shore Habitat for Humanity has built 58 homes. With help from its donors and volunteers the organization is on target to complete 12 homes by 2020. This home will be the fourth Habitat home in Easton.
"The need for affordable housing is critical. Together with municipalities and volunteers, we can be a solution to the affordable housing crisis here in Massachusetts,"
Habitat Family Partners are selected through an application process based on a number of factors including their ability to pay, willingness to partner, and their need for adequate housing. The program also requires that Family Partners put in "sweat equity hours" alongside local volunteers on the building of their home.
South Shore Habitat for Humanity offers a "hand-up, not a hand-out," said Taylor. "Homes are purchased through an affordable mortgage program. Habitat does not build these homes; the local communities do. We are so very grateful to all of our donors and volunteers for their contributions and for making homeownership a reality for these families."
To learn how to get involved with the Easton build, join us on March 11 or email Beth Lyons at firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more about South Shore Habitat for Humanity visit www.sshabitat.org, call 781-337-7744 x14, follow on Facebook: www.facebook.com/
About South Shore Habitat for Humanity
The mission of South Shore Habitat for Humanity is to build strength, stability and self-reliance through shelter by partnering with families in need of affordable housing.
The organization's headquarters are located at 20 Mathewson Drive in Weymouth, MA. It serves 35 cities and towns south and southwest of Boston.
Consider visiting the Habitat ReStore, located at 357 Columbia Road, Hanover. The ReStore is an earth friendly home improvement and donation center that sells new and used building materials, appliances, home décor and furniture at discounted prices. The organization accepts donations of items and then resells them to the public. Proceeds from the store benefit South Shore Habitat for Humanity and its mission of delivering affordable homes to families in need. The Store is open to the public to shop, donate, and volunteer. Visit: www.sshabitat.org/