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November 2023

Habitat Friends, 

I hope you and your loved ones are staying warm! 

It is (finally) the most wonderful time of the year, and we're looking forward to sharing it with you!

As we gather around the digital hearth of our newsletter, I'm thrilled to share the latest chapters of our collective journey at Habitat, with particular emphasis on end-of-year giving. November has been a month filled with heartwarming stories, steadfast community support, and impactful progress.

So, grab your virtual coffee, settle into your favorite reading nook, and join me in exploring the impactful stories that make up this month's newsletter. Together, we're not just building homes; we're building a tapestry of compassion and resilience.

Blessings,

Kenzie Lauritzen
Marketing & Development Manager

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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.