Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County partnered with the Home Depot Foundation on March 8th and 9th to construct a ramp at a local veteran’s home.
Rosalie Stewart lives in Stony Point in Newport, with her husband, Virgil. She is a military mom, with her son Joe being an honorably discharged Air Force Veteran. Rosalie was recently confined to a wheelchair and was essentially homebound due to lack of accessibility in and out of her home.
The ramp build was completed after The Home Depot Foundation generously donated and delivered the construction supplies. This two-day event utilized volunteers from Home Depot of Woodhaven. The Home Depot Foundation is the largest contributor to Habitat’s PROJECT SERVE program, which aims to serve Veterans through providing ramps, homes, and basic home repairs.
“Oh, the sense of freedom that came, as I realized I am going to be able to do some things that I love to do now, like go to church, go shopping, and return to work when I am strong enough,” says Rosalie. “I am so grateful for The Home Depot Foundation, and their part as well. I pray blessings on all of you. God has proven how much He loves me through the actions of Habitat Monroe and Project Serve.”
The finished product is astounding! We are blessed to have this program to aid those in our community who truly need our assistance.
There are several options available for individuals interested in helping support Habitat for Humanity, or the Project Serve program. Habitat is always looking for recommendations of veterans, or families of veterans that may need help. Feel free to reach out to Molly Moore at (734)243–2048, extension 111, or email@example.com for more details.
Individuals wanting to have a more hands-on experience can CLICK HERE to learn more about volunteering, or email Staci at firstname.lastname@example.org . Monetary donations are also always appreciated.
To learn more about how Home Depot is helping Veterans in the community, visit www.homedepot.com/c/the_home_depot_foundation
Additional information about Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County’s Project Serve program can be found HERE.