March 14, 2017

Lowe’s helping to empower women in Tucson!

Thank you Lowe’s Home Improvement for supporting National Women Build week! Over 100 volunteers helped raise the walls on two new homes in Tucson! These volunteers included members of the Tucson community, Women Build sponsors and Lowe’s Heroes. They worked alongside future homebuyers. We’re grateful to have worked alongside so many smiling faces in partnership with future

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Team Depot Partners with Habitat to help veterans!

U.S. Army Veteran Clarence Vynalek is enjoying a beautiful, secure new fence thanks to Team Depot! Team Depot partnered with Habitat for Humanity Tucson to install a new fence for a local U.S. Army veteran. Clarence Vynalek served for 10 years in Special Operations. The fence around his home was rotting and falling apart. It

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Victory Worship Center revitalizes a Tucson neighborhood

Thank you Victory Worship Center for helping the neighborhood revitalization efforts in Tucson. Together, we can build a stronger community. Volunteers from Victory completed a community cleanup in the Flowing Wells neighborhood. A corner in the area was filled with mesquite and grass, which blocked the path for people. Victory Worship Center volunteered with us

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Team Rubicon USA & Tucson Electric Power help out a veteran neighbor!

Thank you volunteers from Team Rubicon USA and Tucson Electric Power for helping Air Force Veteran, Roy Curtis! Last month, the volunteers helped Curtis (20 yrs. service) and his wife. They spread 15-tons of gravel around the couple’s Benson home and laid paver-paths for easier access to their ramp. Additionally, several other repairs were completed including new HVAC, steps and ramp for

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University of Colorado Denver students visit Habitat Tucson!

We loved having students from the University of Colorado Denver join us for a few days of volunteering this weekend! The CU Denver students travelled to Tucson as part of a program called Alternative Breaks. The CU Denver students identified Tucson as a destination to explore social justice issues. They worked alongside our volunteers to make

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