Worcester Office Volunteering, Raising Funds for Habitat for Humanity
Agents and staff in ERA Key’s Worcester office are rolling up their sleeves and breaking out their hammers to help Habitat for Humanity build two new single-family homes at 521 and 523 Sunderland Road in Worcester.
Agents and staff in the Framingham, Auburn and Spencer offices have also been invited and other offices may be added.
Ground was broken in June for the new homes and ERA Key’s volunteers will be working on site on Wednesday, Nov. 1.
In addition, a fundraising page has been set up on Charity Proud with the goal of raising $1,000 for the project.
Habitat for Humanity is a global nonprofit housing organization working in local communities throughout the U.S. and in 70 countries.
Habitat’s vision is to build “strength, stability and self-reliance in partnership with families in need of decent and affordable housing. Habitat homeowners help build their own homes alongside volunteers and pay an affordable mortgage.”
The project is being sponsored by the Metrowest/Greater Worcester office of Habitat for Humanity.
“With housing inventory low and housing prices at record highs, Habitat for Humanity is more important than ever,” according to Framingham Manager Ali Corton. “ERA Key has a long history of working with Habitat and we’re proud to do our part by participating in this project.”
Pictured above are Worcester agents from a previous Habitat for Humanity project.