Lowe’s Home Improvement center here in Clovis hosted a Power Tool Training Seminar this morning in preparation for National Women Build Week. We braved the wind to build a mini version of the wheel chair ramp that will be built by Habitat for Humanity in the coming weeks.
It was amazing to hear about all the people that Habitat is able to help every year and even more interesting to me to learn about the process.
They truly consider every aspect surrounding home ownership as they go through the process of building or re-building a home for recipients.
As always they are open to volunteers and donations from the smallest items like screws and tools to cabinets, sinks, doors, furniture or property. There are so may ways you can help!
There are donation centers in Clovis and Portales where you can leave items after a remodel, take extra supplies or shop for items you may need. What a GREAT program!