Judy Crisp, President of the Harnett County Habitat for Humanity explains the effects of Covid-19 on needy families
These past few months have been unusual to say the least! Many of us have experienced the closures, cancellations and postponements of what was our normal routines, instead spending most of our time quarantined in our homes. With this allowing us more family time, time to do some spring cleaning, and just enjoy the comforts of home.
It has been a stressful time, yet out of these challenges, good things are happening. We have witnessed acts of solidarity, expressions of concern and responsibility for the health and well-being of our neighbors and communities. The passion of caring for our neighbors that maybe has been dormant has been energized into action.
That passion of caring is reflected in the mission of Habitat– Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.
We invite you to join us in our vision of everyone having a decent place to live. With your financial support and/or volunteering , you can help families achieve the strength, stability and self-reliance they need to build better lives for themselves. Want to learn more? Visit our Habitat Restore in Dunn located at 101 West Harnett Street, visit our website at habitatharnett.org, or our Facebook page “Habitat for Humanity of Harnett County”.
We thank you for the support that you continue to give in helping us build houses for qualified families in Harnett County, and we appreciate your unwavering support. Take care and be safe.