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Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Habitat for Humanity Fundraiser for Shinglehouse Resident

Habitat for Humanity is seeking help with a project for a man in a wheelchair whose windows are broken out and covered with plywood.

We need funding to purchase 5 windows. The total cost of the windows, interior moldings, insulation and caulking is $1066.84.

We have received donations earmarked for this project totaling $583.00. We need to secure approximately $490.00 more dollars before we can order the windows.
Habitat provides all the labor free of any charges, but we must secure funding for any Brush with Kindness projects before we can start the work.

Anyone wishing to contribute to helping David on this project can make checks payable to Potter County Habitat for Humanity, David West project and mail them to
P. O. Box 208 Coudersport, Pa. 16915

Anyone needing information should contact
Dick Myers 910-279-7412

6 comments :

Anonymous said...

Why not use things from your stores that you have donated then you have no reason to get money, this I don't understand you are a nonprofit, doing good things, I thought for needy .

Anonymous said...

Yes use things from your stores to help this man that we have already donated!!

Anonymous said...

How very sad to read this....David certainly deserves better!

Anonymous said...

Come on people, what are the chances they have 5 of the same windows in the correct sizes? Think before you comment lol
On another note, keep up the good work, Habitat ♡

Anonymous said...

I don't disagree with helping but use what was already donated!

Anonymous said...

Obviously Habitat does not have the correct size windows because I'm sure they would use them if they did. We bought the correct size windows for our house when we replaced them. It would have cost more to change the size of our openings for free windows than the cost of new ones. The "Know it alls" that like to criticize hard working Non Profit organizations should join and participate. I'm sure your thoughts and ideas would be appreciated and discussed at the meetings. Keep up the great Non profit work that you do to house families "Habitat For Humanity"!