Holiday Cheer, 2015:
In December, the affiliate joined the Toys for Tots campaign at the East Bay Grille on December 4th where we were featured as part of the WATD broadcast of the Veterans Voice program. The event was a success for the Marine Corps Reserve who organize the annual effort, and Habitat friends gave a number of gifts for the children.
In November, Cara Cipullo, Marketing Director of Mamma Mia’s, presented a donation check for $400 towards the Long Pond Road Veterans Homes, thanks to the successful Veterans Day event held at the Waterfront and Pinehills restaurants!
Habitat for Humanity’s New Veterans Build Status, ReStore and Volunteer Opportunities in Plymouth
By Kara Lawson – Mass Realty
You often hear about people who volunteer for Habitat for Humanity projects in far-away places like Uganda, Argentina, Romania or Sri Lanka, but perhaps less frequently about Habitat’s work in nearby communities. The Christian nonprofit currently has over 1,500 local affiliates in the US that are helping local communities solve the issue of poverty housing.
I recently learned about one of the affiliates in Massachusetts, Habitat for
Please keep reading to find out what Teresa had to say and some of the different opportunities to get involved. Read More Click here
Town of Plymouth, Habitat for Humanity break new ground in veterans’ housing
By Frank Mand
PLYMOUTH – They didn’t let the rules deter them. They didn’t let the fact that it had never been done before discourage them. They didn’t take no for an answer. And, now, three needy veterans and their families will be able to have their own homes in the heart of America’s Hometown.
“It really began over coffee,” Plymouth resident Michael “Buster” Main recounted. “We were taking our coffee break and everyone was talking but this one guy, a guy who is usually raising hell about something, was dead silent.
“When we asked him what was up, he suddenly blurted out, ‘Goddamn V.A.,’” Main said, “then revealed that his nephew had taken his own life.” It was an all too familiar story.
Well educated, a young family man, everything seemed to be going well. But in order to advance in his chosen career, he thought he needed to get a master’s degree.
He returned with the kind of wounds that aren’t visible to the naked eye, but are debilitating, nonetheless. Read More Click here