Jensen Toussaint, AL DÍA
In a panel at the recent B.PHL Innovation fest, representatives from organizations from throughout the city agreed that a singular approach cannot solve this complex issue.
Habitat breaks ground at Oxford Green (2300 W. Oxford) in Sharswood. When complete, Oxford Green will be home for 20 families in Habitat’s Homeownership Program.
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Volunteers strapped on their safety goggles to help repair a woman’s home in West Philadelphia! It was part of Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia and Lowe’s Home Improvement coming together to perform repairs around the world on this day.
Organizers hope to raise awareness about affordable housing needs facing women around the world.
Saturday’s unveiling was the final home on the 21-unit, $3.7 million project.
by Andrew Seidman, Philadelphia Inquirer
Moments before Niela Collins was presented the keys to her new house, the reality began to set in. “This is a dream come true,” she said Saturday. “I am a homeowner.”
Mo Manklang , Generocity
May’s OpenAccessPHL meetup focused on topics that are becoming routine — and that’s a good thing.
A number of organizations repairing aging homes in West Philly are laying out a blueprint for a citywide initiative
Reported by By Hadas Kuznits, CBS Philly