Helping a local non-profit organization finalize an order of donated doors and windows were Joe Hamel (Lowe’s Millworks) Todd Rainer (Lowe’s Store Manager), Ottilie MacKinnon (NH Capital Region Habitat for Humanity’s Director), Deb Cuddahy (Penacook Community Center’s Executive Director).
Deck the Halls with … doors and windows… fa la la la la..la la.. la LA!
The Penacook Community Center was overjoyed to hear that they were chosen to be on the receiving end of the NH Capital Region Habitat for Humanity’s spreading of good cheer this holiday season.
For the past 56 years, the Penacook Community Center has invested in the greater Concord community by reducing economic barriers to participation and providing affordable quality programs, services, resources and community support to people from 2 to 102.
With over 8500 community members utilizing their programs and services annually, they found themselves in a position where their buildings were worn and in dire need of energy efficient repairs and safety upgrades. They were thrilled to hear they were chosen to receive a charitable donation of building materials from the NH Capital Region Habitat for Humanity that will help them make necessary upgrades to their 56 year old facility. The new doors, windows, insulated shades, railings and motion detector flood lights will help them reduce energy consumption, maintain a safe environment, and ensure the continuance of affordable programs and services for the many children, teens, adults and seniors they serve.
In the true spirit of the holiday season, the NH Capital Region Habitat for Humanity organization in partnership with Lowe’s helped to fill a need at the Penacook Community Center that will in turn keep on giving to the community… people helping people!
To learn more about the affordable programs and services offered at Penacook Community Center visit their website at www.penacookcommunitycenter.org
To learn more about becoming part of the NH Capital Region Habitat for Humanity organization and helping to make a difference in your community visit their website at www.habitat.org