Source: Coral Springs Connection | Author: CoralSpringsConnection | Published: January 13, 2019 Edna Demps-McKinney is looking forward to moving into her new home in Pompano Beach. But before she becomes a homeowner, she has to build her home. Click here to read the full article.
Source: 7 News WSVN | Author: Robbin Simmons | Published: January 12, 2019 Talk about sweat equity. Committed South Floridians, mostly women, were hard at work in Pompano Beach this weekend to build forever homes for families. Click here to read the full article.
Source: The Oprah Magazine | Author: Molly Simms | Published: November 20, 2018 Like so many stories with happy endings, this one had a rough start. How did one very large, very famous tree make one family very happy? Click here to read the full article.
Source: CBS News | Published: December 22, 2018 “Rockefeller Center Christmas trees get second life after the holidays” The Rockefeller Center Christmas tree in New York City is one of the nation’s most iconic symbols of Christmas. But after the lights come down, the giant Norway spruce has a less-public second life. Click here to […]
Source: Sun Sentinel | Author: Krislyn Placide | Published: November 8, 2018 “Habitat Spirit of Humanity Awards celebrate philanthropy” Habitat for Humanity celebrated 35 years of providing hands up to Broward County residents in need of housing during the annual Spirit of Humanity Awards at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts on Wednesday, Oct. […]
Source: Good News Florida Published: July 2, 2018 Author: Shelly Pond Habitat for Humanity of Broward celebrated the groundbreaking of “A Rick Case Habitat Community,” its largest project to date, on June 6 by recognizing the philanthropists behind it. The nine-acre site in Pompano Beach will feature 77 affordable homes and a publicly accessible park […]