6 AM SEPTEMBER 19TH – 6 PM SEPTEMBER 20TH
Last year, The Amazing Raise raised over $630,000 for 270 local nonprofits. You can make 2012 even bigger by joining this unique “giving challenge.”
Richmond Metropolitan Habitat for Humanity is taking part in this year’s Amazing Raise! Your $50 donation can help us do so much to help hardworking families achieve the dream of homeownership.
HERE’S HOW IT WORKS
The organization with the most unique donations of $50 or more at the end of 36 hours wins a $20,000 grant. But with over $100,000 up for grabs, your gift can really go a long way. Gifts must be given through the GiveRichmond.org website between September 19th and September 20th in order to qualify.
Be sure to stay tuned for more information about the Amazing Raise and how you can help support Richmond Metropolitan Habitat for Humanity!
Also – please don’t forget to vote for us today in the Richmond Unite funding contest! There are only a few days left to vote and we are in it to win it! Click here to vote!
Richmond Metropolitan Habitat for Humanity, in partnership with Chesterfield County, is starting a new, free home repair program. Right now, Richmond Metropolitan Habitat for Humanity is recruiting homeowners living in the Bensley, Rayon Park and Merriewood Ridge areas of Chesterfield for this program.
With help from local volunteers, Richmond Habitat will help make exterior repairs to homes including:
- Roof repairs or replacement
- Exterior door repair or replacement
- Exterior painting
- Clean up and junk removal
- Porch and ramp repair
- Siding and trim repair
To qualify individuals in the Bensley, Rayon Park or Merriewood Ridge areas must own and live in their home, meet our income guidelines and must be in need of exterior home repairs.
If you or anyone you know lives in the Bensley, Ampthill, Rayon Park or Merriewood Ridge areas of Chesterfield County and are in need of these types of exterior home repairs, please call (804) 232-7001 for more information.
On June 26th we held the dedication for the home of Rosemary Morris! Rosemary, a mother and grandmother, celebrated her dedication with several of her friends and family members, as well as Habitat staff, board members and volunteers.
Rosemary’s home is a historic home built in the 1920’s in North Church Hill. It was abandoned and completely run down. Richmond Habitat, in partnership with the City of Richmond and the Neighborhood Stabilization Program, completely rehabbed the home and made it look brand new!
We are so happy for Rosemary and so excited for her new journey as a homeowner!