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After: Harbor Habitat for Humanity's first full-scale rehab project
Before: Harbor Habitat for Humanity's first full-scale rehab project
Bless this house: Construction Manager signing the door frame of a new house
Habi-tots – children of one of Harbor Habitat's partner families during their home dedication
Homes on Harbor Court: Homes in the all Harbor Habitat homes cul-de-sac
Gary Mayor Karen Freeman–Wilson assists Scott Cearing, construction manager for Habitat for Humanity of Northwest Indiana, at a new house being built at 635 Tyler St. The mayor learned how to instal vinyl siding along with other volunteers and staffers.
ReStore staff members and volunteers try out some of the donated, like-new furniture they had just unloaded. A number of large chain store, as well as smaller construction businesses and individuals, donate a wide variety of materials and products, much of it new, to Habitat for Humanity of …
Volunteers from Pepsico help construct a home for Habitat for Humanity of NWI. A number of businesses, civic groups and churches team up on construction projects.
Habitat for Humanity’s Strack and Van Til Day Volunteers include: Keith Bruxvoort, Bev Bruxvoort (volunteer) Takieta Morris, Joyce Washington, Jim Margraff, Vanessa Newby, Agnes Gregory, Maria Walker, Star Washington, Janell Washington (mother) and Vincent Dail (friend). Habitat Construction…
Volunteers remove kitchen cabinets during Strack and Van Til Day at the Habitat for Humanity home remodel located at 6636 Missouri Street in Hammond.
Rebecca Jackson-Sanchez shows Executive Director Dan Klein of Habitat for Humanity of NWI the "paid" stamp on her mortgage papers for the Habitat home she purchased in Hammond.
Habitat for Humanity of NWI officials and supporters gather around Rebecca Jackson-Sanchez outside her Hammond home as she burns the mortgage.
Dustin Alcorn, active in the Job Development program for adults with disabilities at The Arc Northwest Indiana, volunteers at the ReStore weekly.
This model home adjacent to the Habitat ReStore at 6114 W. Ridge Road, Gary, will serve as an office while also providing potential Habitat clients with a visual of a typical Habitat for Humanity home.
Volunteers take a break from a Habitat for Humanity of NWI build on Carey Street in East Chicago last year. Work on a second Carey Street home is among the 2012 projects underway.
Runners display their trophies and ribbons after last year's inaugural Habitat for Humanity Building Hope One Step at a Time 5K Walk/Run. This year's run/walk will be held Oct. 6 in Crown Point and registration is open to all ages.
Danah Dietz, second from left and her three sons, from left, Preston, Trenton and Logan, gather on the front porch of their new Habitat for Humanity home in Lowell, built in conjunction with the USDA. Lowell is considered the last rural town in Lake County because it has less than 10,000 inh…
Peg Moore, ReStore volunteer, sorts the 20 pallets of new tile donated by a big box store to Habitat for Humanity's ReStore, where just about any kind of building materials, fixtures, appliances and home furnishings may be found at discounted prices.
Gary Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson, center, speaks about Habitat for Humanity at this month's ground breaking ceremony for Habitat's ReStore in Gary. To Freeman-Wilson's right is Habitat Director Dan Klein.
Digging in at the ground breaking for the ReStore expansion in Gary are Gary Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson, second from left, and Habitat for Humanity of NWI supporters and board members.
A new door with decorative side panels that was donated by Lowe's awaits a buyer at The ReStore, operated by Habitat for Humanity of Northwest Indiana.The Gary store offers discounted building materials, appliances and housewares that have been donated.
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