The Warren County Community Center
A message from Executive Director Ben Eskow:
We at Warren County Habitat for Humanity are thrilled to announce an exciting new project. Along with our partners, WCHFH will dedicate the Community Center at Warren Habitat at a time to be determined in 2020. The center will provide a place where groups of people with a common interest can meet and collaborate.
We are in active discussions with a number of Warren County groups that are developing plans to offer community programs at the center. In order for the center to have optimal impact for the community, it’s essential that community groups and community leaders engage with us now, while we are in the formative planning stages. We encourage all of our partners to get to know and understand our plans, and to join us as we initiate this project.
Scroll down to see how you can become part of the team that makes the Warren County Community Center a reality!
A place where community is built and families thrive
Bringing community together by building on our resources, strengths and talents to elevate the hope and well-being of our community.
- Promote the well-being of youth, families, veterans, and seniors
- Support community collaboration
- Focus on uniting the citizens of Warren County
- Youth Education and Support
- Veterans Programs
- Health and Wellness Programs
- Family Support Programs
- Prevention Programs
- Faith-based Programs
- Community Collaboration
- Habitat Collaboration and Programs
The building, formerly the Grange Hall, currently WCHFH offices, was donated to WCHFH with the hope that it would be used to benefit the community. A generous anonymous donation and a USDA grant have made the Community Center possible.
- Create a comfortable, safe space to accommodate approximately 75 people.
- Develop Program Policy and Procedures to enable successful use of the Community Center.
What You Can Do
- Spread the word.
- Be part of the Advisory Panel.
- Sponsor or donate to the Program Management Development effort.
- Propose a program description for the use of the Community Center.
- Join the discussion, Join the team.
The Warren County Habitat for Humanity mission: ”Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities, and hope.” What better way to build community and hope than to facilitate programs for the betterment of Warren County?
For more info
Call Executive Director Ben Eskow at 908-835-7879.