Learn what a Habitat home can do for you; discover how to volunteer
Habitat for Humanity is offering a free informational meeting about its role in Geauga County, Wednesday, March 26, from 7 – 8:30 p.m. at Chardon Library. Interested citizens will learn how to qualify for a Habitat home in Geauga County as well as discover how to volunteer for the organization.
Habitat’s mission is to provide families in need a foundation for a better future through home ownership. Candidates for a Habitat for Humanity home are evaluated on three qualifying criteria: need, ability to pay, and willingness and commitment to partner with Geauga County Habitat for Humanity.
If your family or a family you know is in need of decent, affordable housing, this meeting will answer questions and provide information for people to make informed decisions.
110 East Park Street
(on the square)
Chardon, Ohio 44024
Photo credit: Cleveland.com