Two generous donations, have made it possible for Lawrence Habitat for Humanity to begin building a fourth home in 2015, which has led them to announce the 2015 Generosity House project.
The title of the building project was inspired by the philanthropic nature of the Lawrence community. The combination of a $50,000 gift from an anonymous donor and the donation of a building lot at 815 Oak Street by the City of Lawrence have made the future construction of Lawrence Habitat’s 89th house a reality.
With a total goal of $75,000 needed to build the home, a donor campaign was announced to raise the remaining $25,000. This home will literally be the house that individual donors made possible.
Since this announcement, Lawrence Habitat has raised $65,000 of the $75,000 needed to build the home. Not only that, but a local, qualified family has been partnered with the project. You can read about Lawrence Habitat’s 89th family, Cass Fraga and her daugher Katrina (photo on the right), here.
For more information about the Generosity House campaign contact John Harvey, Director of Resource Development.