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 husband always says that once he… Continue reading Spring Has Sprung, I Hope!
Shopping for meaningful gifts for coworkers, friends, and family can be tough! This year we are making it easy for you. Here are the top 3 reasons to shop with a purpose on our fundraising store. Support Your Community – Every sale includes a 10% donation to Habitat for Humanity of Summit County. With your… Continue reading 3 Reasons to Shop with a Purpose
By: Mary Shepherd, Partner Family Coordinator “Fair housing” is the right that individuals have for equal housing opportunities. These rights are protected by the Federal Fair Housing Act. The Fair Housing Act protects the right of an individual to choose where he or she wants to live without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national… Continue reading Fair Housing
by Mary Shepherd, HFHSC Family Coordinator Many thrifty homeowners use money-saving strategies when buying groceries at the store. These “food smart” consumers can save even more after the groceries arrive home. The key is to use the purchased food efficiently to minimize waste. Wasting less food actually begins before you go to the grocery store. … Continue reading Food Smart
by Mary Shepherd, HFHSC Family & Volunteer Coordinator Your home is an important asset. Owning a home can bring financial rewards as well as personal satisfaction that comes with knowing that you have “A Home of Your Own.” Home ownership provides the homeowner with an important financial asset because real estate increases in value over… Continue reading Your Home is an Asset
New Year = New Beginnings. It’s time to start the New Year feeling refreshed and focused, ready to take on the year ahead. Consider some of these ideas as you kick-start your New Year.