Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns held their 4th annual summer fundraiser called “On the Foundation” Thursday night.
Music, desserts, plus refreshments all complementing an evening of one-act plays performed on the foundation of one of Habitat's new homes currently being built.
Habitat is celebrating 20 years of providing safe, clean, affordable housing for low income families and board member Mary Beth Evers, a school teacher, has been with Habitat from the beginning. She says for school children, having a home to go home to, does wonders.
Habitat homes are interest free mortgages to low income families that qualify and are involved in the building process. Tara King works with the families and says the need is great.
Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns has helped build 36 homes in the last 20 years.