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Workers Credit Union Supports Habitat for Humanity of Greater Lowell with $5,000 Donation and Employee Volunteerism

April 20, 2021: Workers Credit Union Supports Habitat for Humanity of Greater Lowell with $5,000 Donation and Employee Volunteerism. Workers... Read More

Trinity Church launches joy campaign

November 23, 2020: Trinity Church of Concord launched a new capital campaign called Embracing JOY! Journeys in Outreach and Youth.... Read More

Westford resident moves into Habitat for Humanity house

May 15, 2019: Two years and 255 hours of labor and learning later, Westford resident Tracy LeBlanc is officially a... Read More

Dreamy Builders Hammer Away for Habitat

March 12, 2019: The spring social scene just began to hammer away when Habitat for Humanity of Greater Lowell... Read More

Analog Devices partners with Habitat

September 16, 2018. Lowell Sun – Analog Devices has committed to a multi-year relationship with Habitat for Humanity of Greater... Read More

Ex-Burmese refugees helping to build their own house in Lowell with Habitat for Humanity

July 19, 2018: From raising their children in a refugee camp in Thailand to soon becoming homeowners in the... Read More

The Youngest Philanthropists

June 13, 2018. Lowell Sun – “No matter how old you are, you can make a difference.” Those words,... Read More

Workers Credit Union Supports Habitat for Humanity of Greater Lowell with $5,000 Donation and Employee Volunteerism

April 20, 2021: Workers Credit Union Supports Habitat for Humanity of Greater Lowell with $5,000 Donation and Employee Volunteerism. Workers Credit Union is pleased to announce their donation of $5,000 to the Habitat for Humanity of Greater Lowell as part of their annual sponsorships. On March 12th, six Workers Credit Union employees volunteered with Habitat to complete tile and finish work at Habitat’s newest build in North Billerica.Read more (more…)

Trinity Church launches joy campaign

November 23, 2020: Trinity Church of Concord launched a new capital campaign called Embracing JOY! Journeys in Outreach and Youth. The campaign aims to raise $2 million over four years to fund Trinity’s Outreach Ministries and Youth Formation in perpetuity. “Unusual times require unusual commitments,” said Senior Warden Charlie Stone. “We decided to be bold because the need is now and the need is greatest when times are challenging.” Read more (more…)

Westford resident moves into Habitat for Humanity house

May 15, 2019: Two years and 255 hours of labor and learning later, Westford resident Tracy LeBlanc is officially a homeowner, one who can look at the walls and say, “I built that.” LeBlanc and her three children moved into their Habitat For Humanity home on Juniper Hill at the beginning of May, celebrating with local officials, family and the organization on Friday, May 10. LeBlanc said the building process took a little more than a year. She started the...

Dreamy Builders Hammer Away for Habitat

March 12, 2019: The spring social scene just began to hammer away when Habitat for Humanity of Greater Lowell hosted its sold-out 12th annual Dream Builder’s Gala and Auction at the UMass Lowell Inn & Conference Center. More than 250 dreamy builders, real-estate brokers and agents, developers and partner families nailed it at “The Only Party that Builds a Home,” as they enjoyed cocktails and appetizers in the foyer while they viewed and made an offer on a house,...

Analog Devices partners with Habitat

September 16, 2018. Lowell Sun – Analog Devices has committed to a multi-year relationship with Habitat for Humanity of Greater Lowell to build affordable homes in the Greater Lowell/Northern Middlesex community. The partnership includes a series of “build days” where teams of Analog Devices employees spend the day out of the office and on a home construction site.  Read more:

Ex-Burmese refugees helping to build their own house in Lowell with Habitat for Humanity

July 19, 2018: From raising their children in a refugee camp in Thailand to soon becoming homeowners in the Acre, it’s been a long road for Zaw Aung and Hel Pho. The couple fled Burma — now known as Myanmar — in the mid-1990s amid the long-running civil war resulting from a series of ethnic conflicts. They found themselves in Lowell six years ago thanks to a refugee resettlement program through the United Nations. Now, they’re working with Habitat...

The Youngest Philanthropists

June 13, 2018. Lowell Sun – “No matter how old you are, you can make a difference.” Those words, spoken by fifth-grader Sarah Cunniffe, form the central philosophy Cunniffe and seven of her classmates embody in their work to support their community. As the group Westford Girls for a Better Tomorrow, they have organized two different events to raise money for Habitat for Humanity of Greater Lowell, hoping to give others a chance to live comfortably. Read more: