A special thank you to Mayor John Suthers and Chief of Staff Jeff Greene for visiting Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity and learning more about the affordable housing we build.
And thank you to KRDO NewsChannel 13 for sharing this story (a correction of note: PPHFH has built or rehabilitated 135 homes):
KRDO NewsChannel 13: City leaders get tour of new Habitat for Humanity home
Please celebrate with us as we host a groundblessing for the Gallegos Family — a new house sponsored by Women Build and Wells Fargo on Saturday, November 14th! All are welcome. The groundblessing will begin at 10:00 am at 851 Bunting Avenue in our Country Living neighborhood. For directions, please click here and scroll down to “Country Living”.
Join us as we dedicate a new house for the Family of Prosper and Chantal on Sunday, September 27th! All are welcome. The dedication will begin at 2:00 pm at 805 S. Hancock Street, followed by refreshments and a tour of their new home. This house is sponsored by the ReStore. For directions, please click here and scroll down to “Hancock Street”.
From foundation to closed-in house, Bike & Build has done an awesome job on our blitz build this summer! Thank you to the amazing cyclists who are spending their summer promoting affordable housing and building with Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity. For more details and news coverage, click here.
The Woodmen Vistas Neighborhood is experiencing flooding from the downpour today. Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity needs your help in getting sandbags assembled and delivered to Woodmen Vistas. We’re looking to meet at the 7637 Crestone Peak Trail at 5:00 PM to start dispersing sandbags in the neighborhood.
What to Bring:
- Waterproof shoes
Habitat families need your help! Please contact Andy Petersen at 425.446.2341 if you have a truck available before 5:00 PM to help with delivery of sandbags.