Staying Home Isn’t Always Safe

Staying Home Isn’t Always Safe

We’ve all spent a lot of time at home over the past few months due to COVID-19 precautions. Some of us have worked from home, our kids are learning at home with online classes, and by now we are all tired of staying home. We are ready to safely adventure out with our...
Spring, a Time for Hope

Spring, a Time for Hope

By: Kayla Collins, Marketing and Events Manager Hello Spring! Longer days with warmer weather are finally here with blossoms and new life. Although we never had a tough winter, you can’t help but feel excitement when you see those daffodils bloom and feel that...
Thank You Past Board Members and Welcome New Members

Thank You Past Board Members and Welcome New Members

As the beginning of our fiscal year nears, we honor our outgoing board members and celebrate the new members joining us. Habitat for Humanity of Summit County is proud to have an innovative, passionate board of 21 directors who govern our work in the community. This...
Spring Has Sprung, I Hope!

Spring Has Sprung, I Hope!

Spring Has Sprung – I Hope! By: Kim Kerr, Family Services Manager About this time of year in Northeast Ohio, many of us start to get a little stir crazy.  I miss the sunshine and warmer temperatures, even with the mild winter.  So let’s get ready for spring! My...
Setting Homeowners Up For Success

Setting Homeowners Up For Success

Partner families in our homeowner program just finished the 8 hour home maintenance classes we offer in our warehouse. This training program is made possible by funding and support from the FirstEnergy Foundation. We use a home module built inside our warehouse to...