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Friday, November 17, 2017

Habitat Assists with Meals on Wheels Service Day!

Habitat for Humanity of Utah County collaborated with Meals on Wheels to sponsor the First Annual Meals on Wheels Service Day! Habitat provided its Mobile Tool Library and dumpster to assist volunteers working at senior’s homes in Provo’s Sunset Neighborhood. We love partnering with other agencies to serve area residents in our community. To find out more out our Mobile Tool Library, look online at http://www.habitatuc.org/mobileToolLibrary.htm.









Monday, November 13, 2017

Orem City Donates Truck for Critical Home Repair Program

Orem City recently donated a beautiful red truck to Habitat to be used for our critical home repair efforts in Orem. This much needed vehicle will help us better serve Orem residents in need of home repair. We appreciate Orem City’s generosity. To find out more about our critical home repair programs, look online at http://www.habitatuc.org/homeRepairProgram.htm


Partner Families, Others Graduate from Leadership Series

Seven Habitat partner family members and one community member graduated from Habitat for Humanity of Utah County’s Voices of Leadership series last week. The six-week training course was developed to provide participants with leadership skills and structure to affect positive change in their neighborhoods and communities. Graduates will now have an opportunity to apply for funding, donated by Mountain America Credit Union, for neighborhood projects that they would like to implement. We appreciate Mountain America for their generosity and Dave Harlow for facilitating the series.


Friday, November 10, 2017

A Difference is Made!

Utah Valley University students united with volunteers across the nation to participate in the annual Make a Difference Day on Saturday, October 30th. Make a Difference Day was started in 1992, is held the last Saturday in October, and is one of the largest annual single-days of service nationwide. The goal of the annual event is to improve the lives of others. Local student volunteers participated in many community projects including helping to clean and straighten up the Habitat ReStore in Orem.








Monday, November 6, 2017

Fall Franklin Clean-Up

Habitat for Humanity of Utah County partnered with Provo's Franklin Neighborhood on Saturday to do an all neighborhood clean-up. Habitat provided its Tool Library and a dumpster for the morning event. Several residents participated and the dumpster filled up quickly! It was great helping the residents get their properties ready for winter. To find out more about Habitat's neighborhood programs, look on line at http://www.habitatuc.org/neighborhoodRevitalization.htm.