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April 2024

Habitat Friends, 

Jake Crist here, Repairs Program Manager, with some updates from Treasure Valley Habitat for Humanity.

As we're in the midst of Idaho Gives, I want to take a moment to highlight our Repairs Program, which is the focus of this month's newsletter. Through Idaho Gives, we're raising funds to support initiatives like our Aging in Place program. As the program grows, we're emphasizing smaller projects such as handrail installations, grab bars, smoke detectors, and accessibility ramps, all aimed at ensuring more individuals can safely and comfortably remain in their homes. Collaborating with healthcare professionals is instrumental in identifying those most in need of assistance.

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The New Treasure Valley Habitat for Humanity logo

Welcome to Treasure Valley Habitat for Humanity! Formerly known as Boise Valley Habitat for Humanity, we are excited to announce our name change as we expand our services to now serve Ada and Canyon Counties. Rest assured, we continue to provide the same life-changing housing and repairs programs and support to our community.