Posts Tagged ‘habitat la’

11
Oct

Looking to spruce up your home or office with some new flooring? Habitat LA has partnered with Cali Bamboo Flooring for its Green Flooring Initiative, 2014 Green Floor Hand Up. Cali Bamboo Flooring has selected Habitat LA as the beneficiary of its 2014 Green Floor Hand Up initiative to celebrate the launch of their new Rustic line of Fossilized bamboo flooring. For every square foot of the new Rustic line sold in 2014, Cali Bamboo will donate a square foot of sustainable bamboo flooring to our ReStores, which benefits the families we serve in the greater Los Angeles area! We are extremely grateful to Cali Bamboo for their commitment to building affordable and sustainable housing. Cali Bamboo’s Rustic line of Fossilized® bamboo flooring comes in two colors: Beachwood, a fresh whitewash hue, and Barnwood, a deep, dark walnut color, both ...

08
Oct

All proceeds benefitting Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles. Saturday, October 11, 2014 8:00am - 4:00pm Corpus Christi Parish Hall 890 Toyopa Dr. Pacific Palisades , 90272 (15100 Sunset Blvd. & Carey St.) Food and drinks available from Let’s Be Frank, "Gourmet Dogs Gone Good”! Seeking donations of the following: Artwork, housewares, designer clothes, shoes and purses, entertainment accessories, collectibles, furniture, holiday decorations, sports equipment, children’s clothes and toys, jewelry, stationary, school supplies, arts & crafts, hobby supplies, pet supplies, garden items, health & beauty, linens, CDs & DVDs, china, glassware, and costumes. DROP-OFF INFORMATION: Drop off at the Attended POD Church Parking Lot 8-8:30am, 2:15-2:45pm, M-F And before All Weekend Masses. (Limited Pick-Up Available Upon Request) Drop off also on October 10th, 10:30am - 7pm, at Parish Hall. At the end of the day, all remaining items will be donated to Charity. For more information, or if you want to volunteer, please contact Carol Sanborn ...

06
Oct

Guest Blog Post by Kim McManus, International Pastor, Mosaic LA and Habitat LA board member Today, Monday, October 6th, is World Habitat Day, a day dedicated by the United Nations to recognize the basic need for decent and affordable housing in a world where it is lacking for over one billion people.  To help fight this problem, I am in Vietnam with several others from greater Los Angeles to build Habitat homes for low income families.  Over the last six years, I have traveled to Haiti, Bangladesh, Nicaragua, and throughout greater Los Angeles seeking to put God’s love into action to build homes, communities, and hope. One thing I have learned from my experiences is that every donation to Habitat LA makes such a difference in the lives of families in need.  The Ramirez family is just one example.  For ...

03
Oct

Posted by Karen Moore, ReStore Materials Acquisitions Manager The Habitat for Humanity ReStore is such a BRILLIANT concept! Our ReStores provide a solution for items that one person may no longer have a use for, but to another person, it’s exactly what they need. Say for example, someone is purchasing a new refrigerator, but their old one is just a few years old and in perfectly good condition. Once donated to the ReStore, the older frig is sold for a fraction of its value to someone else. Everybody Wins! And here’s the icing on this delicious cake!...The money that is made from the sale of that frig and everything else sold at the ReStore, helps us to build and renovate more homes! Actually, about 9 homes per year! It’s my job at the Los Angeles Habitat affiliate to increase the material donations to ...