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Habitat for Humanity partners with Monmouth churches to build home

Original article by Paul Williams appeared in the Asbury Park Press on May 10, 2015.

FREEHOLD BOROUGH – Ines Tello stood beside her oldest son inside the framing of their new home, overlooking about 30 volunteer builders. After a brief period of silence, she expressed her gratitude to the workers while they took a short break.

"Without you guys, my family wouldn't have this opportunity to live here," she said with tears in her eyes. "I don't even know how to thank you."

Habitat in Monmouth County partners with Colts Neck Reformed Church and St. Rose of Lima in Freehold

st._rose_of_lima_volunteers_2015.jpgHabitat for Humanity in Monmouth County is pleased to announce a faith collaborative with two local churches in its Monmouth County service area. Habitat has partnered with the Colts Neck Reformed Church and St. Rose of Lima in Freehold to build a home for a local Habitat for Humanity partner family in Freehold. 

HSNJRF and Habitat in Monmouth launch ReStore Voucher Program

hsnjrf.pngA $500,000 grant from the Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund will allow Habitat for Humanity in Monmouth County to repair 30 storm-damaged homes and distribute 50 vouchers to eligible families for the organization’s ReStore.  Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore is a home improvement and furniture resale outlet; the store recently relocated to a larger location in downtown Free