Hope in the Hills of Warren
Seeking to put God’s love into action, Hope in the Hills of Warren brings youth and adults together to restore homes, community, and hope. Hope in the Hills of Warren seeks to improve the living conditions of the elderly, low-income and disabled persons in our community. This year HHW, a community extension of Warren County Habitat for Humanity, is sponsoring a Day of Help and a Weekend of Hope. The programs are offered to qualifying residents of Franklin, Mansfield, Oxford, Washington Borough and Washington Township.
Day of Help – May 20, 2017
Teams of teenagers and adults will help elderly (age 70+) and/or disabled residents (homeowners and renters) within the Warren Hills sending district with spring cleaning projects inside and/or outside the home. Possible projects could include: window washing, floor cleaning, gardening, dusting, raking, changing light bulbs, gutter cleaning.
Weekend of Hope – June 24-26, 2017
Teams of teenagers and adults will work on homes of elderly (age 70+), disabled or low income homeowners within the Warren Hills sending district. Projects include painting, light home repair (decks, porches, stairs, ramps), landscape work.
Deadline for Applying: April 1, 2017
To be eligible for either of these programs, your application must be received by April 1, 2017. Please note that if you are a resident homeowner who is age 70 or older or disabled, you may apply for BOTH programs. If you have any further questions, you may call (908) 835-1300 for more information.