Habitat for Humanity Nets $60K

Habitat for Humanity Nets $60K

Habitat for Humanity of the Big Horns got a huge boost from a fellow nonprofit organization last week.

Executive director, Matt Davis, explains.

The Herberts' daughter was severly injured in a vehicle accident, and her parents are now in desperate need of a new home that will provide an appropriate facility for her 24-hour care. Habitat for Humanity undertook the task as a humanitarian project because of its strong expertise in building homes. Although this gift is a huge step ahead for Habitat, Davis said there's still much more to be raised.

To learn more about the Herberts and how Habitat for Humanity of the Big Horns is working to help them, click here.

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