Everyone wants a home to call their own. Providing homeless individuals and low income families with a roof and four walls is the mission of Habitat for Humanity, both globally and here at home.
The Southern Alberta Foothills division of Habitat for Humanity is on the brink of reaching a new milestone and is one of seven local charities that will receive funding from the annual Western Wheel Cares campaign. This is a fundraising drive initiated every year by the weekly newspaper in Okotoks.
With a boost from this campaign, Habitat for Humanity is about to reach its goal.
The chairperson for the Southern Alberta Foothills chapter, Marilyn Boake, says the organization has been looking for suitable land upon which to build a home. The…