WINCHESTER, Ontario – Habitat for Humanity Seaway Valley announced their latest Partner Family for the upcoming Dundas Home Build this Wednesday, Feb. 15.
The Beatty/Pinard Family of Winchester has been officially announced as the selected Partner Family for the upcoming Habitat for Humanity Seaway Valley build in Dundas. Sarah, Alex and their three children, Owen, Avery and Jonah, will complete 500 hours of sweat equity in place of a traditional down-payment for their home.
With the first phase of the project complete, the second phase of fundraising is now underway. The build is expected to begin in 2018.
“This is our 13th project, the 3rd in Dundas, and we are thrilled to be working in an area with a wonderful history of generosity and community spirit,” said Habitat Seaway Valley Board Chair, Hank Blasiak, at the small gathering on Tuesday, Feb. 14.
Sarah, Alex and their children are excited to start fundraising and spreading awareness within the community to help build their new home.