Habitat For Humanity's Build Community Day In King Mt. Neighborhood
Our neighborhood is busy with development these days. It can be hard to keep track of what's going on where. Here's an opportunity to learn about and build community volunteering on a King Mtn. Neighborhood development with purpose.
Through the Telegraph Townhomes project, Habitat for Humanity and Kulshan Community Land Trust are continuing to develop affordable housing in our neighborhood.
Click through to the Habitat for Humanity site to find out more about the project. Keep reading to see you can get involved this now!
VOLUNTEER PROJECTS - 9am-12pm – Volunteer Projects
■ King Mt. Neighbor projects
■ Tasks at Habitat’s Telegraph Townhome site, 4017 Todd Lane.
■ Among other projects we will be assembling two free libraries, provided by
KMNA, to be installed in the neighborhood.
HOSTED LUNCH - Noonish – at the Unity Spiritual Center on Telegraph Rd.
AFFORDABLE HOUSING FORUM - After lunch continuing at the Unity Church
■ Elected officials, non-profits and active citizens will present and discuss the
challenges and opportunities of achieving affordable home ownership.
■ Volunteers are encouraged to register in advance through the ‘Volunteer’
tab on Habitat for Humanity Whatcom’s website. However, people will also
be able to show up to the event and get registered there: To Volunteer, For
Lunch and for the Forum.
■ Anyone in the King Mt. Neighborhood who could use some volunteer help
is welcome to apply. Projects should be the size and scope that 3-4
volunteers can accomplish in under 6 hours. Ie, landscape, debris removal,
minor carpentry, etc. Painting may not be good considering rain.
■ Applications can be obtained by coming into the Habitat Store at 1825
Cornwall Ave, Bellingham or by emailing email@example.com.
■ Applications need to be submitted by Oct. 1.
For questions or more information, Contact
Erika Moore, Volunteer Development Manager
360-715-9170 ext. 1016