Habitat for Humanity

Join me in taking one minute to help Habitat for Humanity start building strong relationships with the new Congress.

Just weeks ago in Washington, D.C., the 112th Congress was sworn in. The last election brought significant change to Congress, and the current situation at home and abroad have brought significant challenges ahead in 2011.

Millions of Americans know and support Habitat’s work, but some people have misconceptions about who we are and what we do. Some think we just give houses away.

Some have never been inspired by the story of a Habitat homeowner. And some just haven’t heard enough about the critical and life-changing work we do.

Will you take one minute to reach out to your member of Congress to help Habitat build good relationships in Washington? Click here to get started!

For more information on Habitat for Humanity, visit Habitat.org or contact Habitat’s Office of Government Relations and Advocacy at HFHIAdvocacy@habitat.org.

Today, though, I just want to begin 2011 by asking you to join Habitat in promoting responsible, sustainable, affordable homeownership as a tool for achieving self-sufficiency.

Vicky Bolen-O’Hara

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This guest post was submitted by Vicky Bolen-O’Hara,
she is a registered Advocate for Habitat for Humanity® International
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  1. Wow! This is more than I expected. Thanks so much, and I thank your bloggers for reading it and maybe becoming advocates for Habitat for Humanity. It’s a terrific organization and they do provide a place for people to put out the Welcome Mat. Thanks again. 🙂

  2. Hello, I am proud to be one of the volunteers of this habitat for Community Project here in General Santos Philippines! It was back 1999 when I volunteered. i met a lot of people from different country and every time i hear about this, it’s like, yey, i have helped on that! To the best of this project to anywhere!


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