Sep 25, 2023 | Habitat in the News, News


New York (Sept 18, 2023)-

Habitat for Humanity today announced a Clinton Global Initiative Commitment to Action to support 15 million people in slums and other informal settlements in gaining access to adequate housing by 2028 as part of a five-year campaign called Home Equals.

In a world filled with challenges, the commitment of organizations like Habitat for Humanity is a beacon of hope. As we celebrate the recent announcement of Habitat for Humanity’s commitment to the Clinton Global Initiative, it’s essential to shine a spotlight on the incredible work being done at the local level. Habitat Catawba Valley stands as a prime example of unwavering dedication to the same cause.

While the global initiative aims to support 15 million people in need of affordable housing, Habitat Catawba Valley has been making a significant impact right in their own backyard. They share the same vision – a world where everyone has a decent place to live.

With a dedicated team of volunteers, skilled professionals, and community partners, Habitat Catawba Valley has transformed countless lives throughout Catawba County. Through our efforts, we have provided safe, decent, and affordable housing for families in need, creating not just houses, but homes filled with love, hope, and opportunity.

Read the full article on Habitat for Humanity’s commitment to the Clinton Global Initiative

The work of our organization is a shining example of how local communities can make a global impact. By building homes, they are building futures, breaking the cycle of poverty, and creating stronger, more vibrant communities.


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