Habitat for Humanity Vail Valley, for the first time in its 27-year history, is building at two job sites concurrently. With permits received in July from the Town of Gypsum, eight homes are under construction in the Stratton Flats neighborhood in addition to the 16 started earlier this summer in Eagle. The 24 homes under […]
My coworker shared what’s becoming a common story: A beloved community member, and his wife, packed their condo and moved away. He was one of those people who made a difference: he was a teacher, as was his wife; coached at a local gym; helped run camps for young kids and exuded positivity and excitement.
Habitat for Humanity Vail Valley opens applications for new Habitat homes There is nothing like summer in Eagle County — wildflowers galore, bright blue skies and gatherings with friends and family. It feels a like a little slice of paradise. That’s why we are all here, after all. The lack of affordable homeownership opportunities brings
Tim Moffet changes lives one child at a time. He’s been known to bring kids with him to work and volunteer. He coaches young people to shake hands and greet everyone with eye contact. Tim patiently explains the job duties sharing how details matter and reflect on the organization; and he takes the time to
A well-laid foundation at Habitat Vail Valley means tripling housing starts for the community this year. Right around the New Year, I skinned up Vail Mountain with my family. What a way to welcome in the New Year — under a large moon with my boys — I felt a sense of peace, gratitude and
2022 was a year of celebrating and laying the groundwork for busy years ahead. Again and again we realized the importance of partnerships within our local community, with governmental entities and businesses. We welcomed volunteer groups back to the job site, reveled with friends at the most-successful Carpenters’ Ball to date and opened the spacious ReStore