Sat, February 2nd: Habitat for Humanity
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Event Name:
Habitat for Humanity
Location: Habitat House on Howard - Clinton Twp.
Address: 42513 Howard Street, Clinton Township, MI 48036 (map)
Date: Sat, February 2nd    9:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Staff:
Manager: Kelly B (email) Coordinator: Jonpaul B
(RSVP)  
Description:

This event will last from 9 AM-1 PM. Please plan to stay for the entire event.

Description: Macomb Habitat is excited to be partnering again with One Brick Detroit. The project can vary and may consist of painting, doing trim work, and/or installing doors. You are welcome to bring your gloves and tool belts if you have them. Habitat’s house leader will provide additional instructions and guidance at the site. For more info on Habitat for Humanity, visit: http://www.habitat.org/how/factsheet.aspx

Important Information: Volunteers should wear work clothes that can get dirty and closed toe, sturdy shoes.  Some task assignments may be outdoors, weather permitting.  Most work will be completed indoors.  Do not hesitate to state your preference. :)


Other Info: We will be heading out to lunch for a social after. Please bring money if you wish to join. All One Brick volunteers must be 21 years of age or older. One Brick Detroit does not sign/participate with court-appointed volunteer hours.

Organization: Habitat For Humanity (Macomb County)

Habitat for Humanity offers homeownership opportunities to families who are unable to obtain conventional house financing. Generally, this includes those whose income is 30 to 50 percent of the area's median income. In most cases, prospective Habitat homeowner families make a $500 down payment. Additionally, they contribute 300 to 500 hours of "sweat equity" on the construction of their home or someone else's home. Because Habitat houses are built using donations of land, material and labor, mortgage payments are kept affordable. For more info on Habitat for Humanity please go to: http://www.habitat.org/how/factsheet.aspx
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