September 2017
Our hearts and prayers are with all of those affected by Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma. The historic devastation caused by these storms will take years to recover from and Habitat for Humanity will be there for years to come assisting with cleanup, repairs and construction. Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles (Habitat LA) is supporting this effort by gathering donations HERE .
More than 40 sailors and "Sugar" Ray Leonard helped to build four homes in Long Beach's Washington Neighborhood as part of LA Fleet Week. The build was one of 50 service projects that took place where U.S. Navy personnel put their skills and abilities to work serving the local community.
We are very excited to welcome new leaders to our Board of Directors. This outstanding group of individuals will be instrumental in increasing our ability to serve and empower more low-income families and individuals through homeownership.

Habitat LA plans to invest $20 million into Long Beach’s Washington Neighborhood by 2020. We are working with partners like Edison International to make a difference on a large scale. Edison Int'l has given $180K to help build four homes that will incorporate sustainable design practices in the Washington Neighborhood.
Habitat LA has been busy with summer construction activity. We are thankful for all of the donors and volunteers who rolled up their sleeves to help including the L.A. Area Chamber of Commerce, the Kabbalah Centre of Los Angeles and Keenan & Associates.
Customers recently enjoyed a "paint party" at the Bellflower ReStore where they learned best practices from the experts at Visions Paint Recycling . The Habitat LA ReStores offer DIY workshops as a fun way to teach shoppers how to makeover, repurpose and use items commonly found at the ReStore.

Habitat LA volunteer, Tom Rooney, joined Habitat's most famous volunteers, U.S. President Jimmy Carter and former first lady Rosalynn Carter, at the 34th Carter Work Project in Canada. Volunteers built 150 homes in just one week and countless lives were changed forever.
President Trump's recently proposed FY18 budget completely eliminates funding for programs Habitat for Humanity depends on nationally to fulfill our mission. We need your help to let Congress know this budget cannot pass.

The 2017 Los Angeles Builders Ball® will honor Morley Builders as The Builder of the Year, hockey hall of famer and Los Angeles Kings President  Luc Robitaille  with The Foundation Builder award and  "Sugar" Ray Leonard  with The Dream Builder award. 

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A world where everyone has a decent place to live.