January 2022 | Habitat for Humanity SWC Newsletter
January 2022 | Habitat for Humanity SWC Newsletter
Another Homeowner is Empowered!
It is an especially happy new year for Anna May and her family as they became our local Habitat for Humanity’s latest official homeowners!

The first year of the pandemic showed us that home is important: for strength, stability, and self-reliance. We are so happy to have helped Anna May's family provide that for their future.

If you haven’t met Anna May and her family yet, they have been working on earning a home through Habitat and being a part of the community they work in.

Stories like Anna May's are possible because of the generousity of our supporters. Your donation helps the workforce of Summit County live here and build better lives for themselves and our community.
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Gearing Up for Habitat on the Hill
In February, our local Habitat for Humanity's Executive Director Shellie Barrus and Government Affairs and Advocacy staffer Alison Kuhlow will participate in Habitat for Humanity International’s annual national legislative conference: Habitat on the Hill.
The effort begins with hundreds of Habitat advocates focusing their attention on Capitol Hill, urging members of Congress to support comprehensive legislation addressing home affordability. Advocates will also lobby Congress to robustly fund federal programs supporting critical housing needs. 

The more voices involved, the stronger our call to address the national need for home affordability will be. It begins with us, and that includes you!
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Thank You Tom Steinmetz!

Tom Steinmetz stepped down from our board earlier this month after eight years of serving Habitat for Humanity of Summit and Wasatch Counties.

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