Director of Fundraising and Media Relations
UPDATE: October 5, 2021– Habitat for Humanity of Monroe has rescheduled construction to October 14th and 15th, due to weather forecast.
For Immediate Release
Habitat for Humanity of Monroe to Team Up with Home Depot for Veteran Ramp Build
Monroe, MI – September 23, 2021– Habitat for Humanity of Monroe will be building a Veteran ramp alongside Home Depot, on October 7th and 8th, in Monroe, MI.
Habitat Monroe’s Project Serve program allows the nonprofit to assist Veterans and Military families in the Monroe community, through home building, home repairs, and ramp assistance. The organization is proud to have partnered with Home Depot, as well as Little Blessings, an equine-therapy based nonprofit aiming to to bring a sense of peace and normalcy to Veterans and their families, as well as prevent Veteran suicide.
The ramp will be built on Tanner Landing, in Monroe, MI. The homeowner, Jill, is a Veteran’s widow, and is very excited about Habitat Monroe’s latest project. We at Habitat are thrilled to be able to help.
Molly Moore, Habitat Monroe’s Director of Family Services, says, “Our Veteran Ramp Program is in place so Veterans and families of Veterans, like Jill, can benefit from the resources we offer. This program is one small way we can show our gratitude to those who have given so selflessly to our great nation. We are grateful to have this opportunity to make a difference in our community.”
Additional information about Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County, current projects, or charitable
support can be found at www.habitatmonroemi.org
About Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County
Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County helps families in need of affordable housing to build strength,
stability, and self-reliance through shelter. Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity
brings people together to build homes, communities, and hope. Habitat has built 106 houses and
counting in Monroe County, since 1995.