Ramona truly loves her work as manager of the Regis Salon in the Citadel Mall, but her job wasn’t enough to afford adequate living space for the three of them. Because Ebonie requires additional care and appointments, working a second job or changing careers wasn’t an option for Ramona. Instead, she sought help from Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity.
On Sunday, February 26th at 2:00 PM, Ramona will get the keys to her house at a house dedication ceremony. Please join us for the celebration and enjoy refreshments and tour the house.
Bike & Build organizes cross-country bicycle trips that benefit affordable housing groups. Each cyclist is required to raise $4,500 to participate in one of eight routes throughout the United States. Since their founding in 2003, Bike & Build has engaged 3,000 riders, donated $5.8 million to the affordable housing cause, volunteered 200,000 build site hours, and pedaled 9.5 million miles. For more information.