ELLSWORTH SPRINGS – Volunteers, staff and board members held a socially distant event outside the Clark County Habitat for Humanity Store on March 18 to celebrate its 30th birthday.
Though the event is over, the milestone – called 30 Years of Homes and Hope – will be celebrated all year. Board chair Olivia Ramos and executive director Josh Townsley discussed 30 years of serving Clark County, starting in 1991, highlighting the past, present and future of the nonprofit’s programs. The organization helps build homes for needy families.
“We are so grateful for the support of our community that has helped us serve families for the past 30 years,” Townsley said. “This past year has challenged our community in ways we didn’t know were possible, but they have been there to support us in our mission of serving low-income families in Clark County. We look forward to the next 30 years.”
To learn more, visit www.ehfh.org, follow Habitat on Facebook and Instagram (@EvergreenHabitat), or search for the hashtag #30YearsofHomesAndHope.