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Habitat in Monmouth and WRAT 95.9 partner to host House that Rock Build Event 10/8-10 in Eatontown

Habitat for Humanity in Monmouth County will partner with WRAT 95.9  and Greater Media to host a House that Rock Built 2015 House that Rock Built event located at a worksite at the Monmouth Mall in Eatontown from October 8-10. The event will be a 3-day build event to frame walls for the affiliate’s 47th new home, to be located on Center St. in Freehold.

Hope for Children honored at Henn Home Dedication will host Wine Tasting on 10/15

Special Event: On October 15, Hope for Children Foundation will host a special Wine Tasting Event at the old Bell Labs in Holmdel to raise money to help children, including supporting Habitat’s House that Youth Built. Hope for Children will also honor Scott O’Neil, CEO of the Prudential Center, New Jersey Devils and Philadelphia 76ers. For more information visit 

Warrick Dunn Charities Partners with Aaron’s to surprise Habitat partner family

warrick_dunne_presentation_9.2.15.jpgGrandmother Awarded Down-Payment Assistance and Filled Home, Years After Hurricane

Port Monmouth, NJ (September 02, 2015) --- Warrick Dunn Charities (WDC) partnered with Habitat for Humanity in Monmouth County and Aaron’s Inc. to surprise Hurricane Sandy victim and grandmother, Ana Henn with necessities for a new start in life.

State Farm renews long-time partnership with Habitat for Humanity

ATLANTA (July 27, 2015) — High school and college students in New Jersey are helping a family rebuild their home damaged by Hurricane Sandy thanks to a grant from State Farm. Celebrating the success of this project and 35 previously funded projects, State Farm and Habitat for Humanity are pleased to announce a partnership renewal that will continue to engage youth in affordable housing efforts across the country.