Habitat for Humanity of Warren County
P.O. Box 1473
Warren, PA 16365
121 Habitat St.
Americus, GA 31709
Habitat for Humanity of Warren County is in the process of raising funds for our next home to be placed in Clarendon. Please consider donating to our organization on May 13, 2015. Click here for an email reminder from Warren Gives. Thank you for your generosity!
Habitat is proud to announce the grand opening of a ReStore in the basement of Second Avenue Exchange. A ReStore is an opportunity to donate household tools and other items so that it can be resold at a fraction of the retail price, all in support of Habitat's construction processes. As our banner states, proceeds go to create opportunities for families in Warren County to live in decent, durable, and affordable shelter. If you have something small you would like to donate, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be in touch to set up a pickup or dropoff. Please note that we are not accepting large items at this time due to limited space outside of Second Avenue Exchange. All donations are tax exempt based on the fair market value. If you would like to browse our ReStore, head downstairs and look for the banner in our storage space. Hours of the ReStore follow the same hours as Second Avenue Exchange, Tuesday - Saturday 10AM to 6PM.
Special thanks to Tony Thrift at Second Avenue Exchange for allowing us to use the space by waiving the storage fees. Also, thanks to the Warren Times Observer for the photo and coverage.
Pictured left to right are Bernard T. Hessley, Habitat President; Rocco DelPrince, Habitat Public Relations Committee Chair; Tony Thrift, Second Avenue Exchange; John Sechriest, Habitat Secretary; Rob Shodi, Habitat ReStore Committee Chair; and Mike DelPrince, Habitat Treasurer.
Photo courtesy: Warren Times Observer
Habitat for Humanity of Warren County has dedicated the latest house completed by the organization to Valu Home Center. Valu has been a major monetary contributor for around 15 years, and has donated upwards of $60,000. That amount covers the average house built by Habitat. Thank you to Valu for your continued support.
Pictured, from left, Maureen Vail (Valu), Mike DelPrince (Habitat), Andrew Morse (Valu), John Sechriest, Priscilla Breese, and Rocco DelPrince (all of Habitat).
The Warren County YMCA donated proceeds of their Swim-A-Thon in the amount of $1,500 to Habitat for Humanity of Warren County. The top three swimmers pictured left to right are Hannah Cornell, Will Sokolski, and Kohl Lyon. With them is Habitat President Bernard T. Hessley. Thank you to the Warren Dolphins and Warren County YMCA for your support.
Northwest Savings Bank donated $5,000 to Habitat for Humanity of Warren County towards the next construction project. Pictured left to right are Mike DelPrince (Habitat Treasurer), Lisa Jordan (NWSB Branch Assistant Manager), Jennie Minich (NWSB Branch Assistant Manager), Bernard T. Hessley (Habitat President), Rocco DelPrince (Habitat PR Chair), Greg Waterman (Habitat Board Member), and Mike Wolf (Habitat Board Member). Special thanks to Northwest Savings Bank for their continued support.
Habitat for Humanity of Warren County once again set up the chairs at the First Niagara Pavilion in anticipation of various events held there over Fair Week. Thank you to the Warren County Fair for all of your contributions to Habitat.
On behalf of Habitat for Humanity of Warren County (HFHWC), I would like to thank the match sponsors (DeFrees Family Memorial Fund, Sara Sokolski Family Memorial Fund, Betts Foundation, and Northwest Savings Bank, along with the Community Foundation of Warren County) and all donors who so generously contributed to Warren Gives 2014 this past May. Among many others, our organization will greatly benefit from this event. The monies we received from Warren Gives will help us start our next HFHWC construction project, determined to be in Clarendon. The property was donated to us by the borough of Clarendon. The construction work will once again be performed with the help of the students at the Warren County Career Center. HFHWC will be purchasing the building materials, and the students will gain hands-on experience building an actual house to be placed in Warren County.
Those who may not be in a position to give monetary gifts, but can donate their skills, would also be very much appreciated. Your time creates savings for HFHWC that are directly passed on to the future homeowner. There are numerous opportunities for finishing work on a recently constructed house in the City of Warren.
We would invite anyone interested in finding out ways to contribute to email us at email@example.com.
Again, thank you to those who donated to HFHWC and other organizations participating in Warren Gives. Your generosity helps Warren County service organizations continue to make the area a great place to live.
Habitat for Humanity of Warren County