“Strieter realized that the wine industry was eager to get behind a major relief effort, so he and his co-workers at the Occidental-based winery created Rebuild Wine Country (rebuildwinecountry.org). Using social media and other digital assets, the new nonprofit found a way to channel that outpouring of support into financing for new home construction. To… Read more »
Join us and walk or run with your friends, family, club or corporate team and help create a brighter tomorrow for those affected by the North Bay Fires. On Sunday, March 11th, this special event will begin at 10:00 AM and will be followed by a wine tasting and family-friendly festival. The race starts at… Read more »
On November 30th, Realtor.com donated $10,000 to Habitat for Humanity of Sonoma County and their employees volunteered the day to help the Santa Rosa ReStore after Sonoma County was hit hard in October by the devastating wildfires.
The Build Team has made a lot of progress this month. The renovation on West Steele Lane is moving forward by leaps and bounds. Just this month we’ve finished installing all new windows, we’ve cleared the entire lot of brush, debris, and old concrete in preparation for landscaping. Our fantastic electricians have finished three quarters… Read more »
Niko Flores, one of our Habitat Partner Family Members is currently working on completing his family’s 500 sweat equity hours. He is bringing his floor laying talents to help build Habitat Homes. Niko is leading a team to put down flooring throughout our first house in the Santa Rosa Harris Village Neighborhood. He is teaching… Read more »
Our Americorps Volunteers spent June 4th-10th building Habitat homes in Colorado as a part of flood recovery efforts east of Boulder. The Colorado Build-a-Thon spread 150 Habitat Americorps members from the Western US among five towns that experienced catastrophic flooding in 2013. Habitat for Humanity has been able to aid 200 families as part of… Read more »
After graduating from college build volunteer Mark Allen applied for teaching positions in Sonoma County. During his honeymoon he accepted a position with Healdsburg High School in 1974 teaching Metal Shop. During his career he also taught Wood Shop, Drafting, Crafts, Speech, and US History. Mark enjoyed teaching US History because it was “much more… Read more »