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Yelm Habitat for Humanity relocates store for the future


Linda Aikin, Yelm Store Mgr., Shawna Dutton, SPSHH Mkting Dir.
Credit: Yelm Community Blog

– Yelm Habitat for Humanity proudly announces relocation
Shawna Dutton, Marketing Development Manager for South Puget Sound Habitat for Humanity (SPSHH) has announced their Yelm location in the former Hertz Rentals building has now officially closed. They are in-process of moving into the former Yelm Hardware building in the downtown district, with on-street parking.

“Our Yelm Store is currently closed as we transition our Store to its NEW location at 207 Yelm Ave E. We plan to be reopen by Wednesday April 19th at 9:00 A.M. Come by and check out our new digs!” quoting the SPSHH Facebook page.
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– About South Puget Sound Habitat (SPSHH)
“Founded in 1989, SPS Habitat serves the very-low income families whose dream is to shed the shackles of poverty, own their own homes and self determine their own futures.

Working with donors and volunteers, SPS Habitat Develops and builds affordable housing communities in Thurston County.

To date we have completed four developments and fifty houses, currently we are building Deyoe Vista, a thirty-three single family home development in Lacey.”
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– Editor’s Note:
Dutton tells the Yelm Community Blog that with their growth since opening here 4 1/2 years ago, SPSHH is looking for the Yelm retail store to one-day fund the building of Habitat homes in the Yelm area.


– Seattle’s largest global airline, Delta, makes a difference in Mexico & Seattle:
“Delta celebrates 13th Global Build with Habitat for Humanity in Mexico”

“In addition, Delta volunteers will build seven homes across U.S. cities this fall, including Atlanta, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York City and Seattle, marking Delta homes 242 through 248 in partnership with Habitat for Humanity throughout the airline’s 15-plus years of support. Delta’s partnership with Habitat for Humanity supports the airline’s commitment to contribute 1 percent of its net income from the previous year to key charitable organizations.
By Catherine Sirna, Delta News Hub.
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Posted by Steve on April 18, 2017 at 12:05 am | Permalink

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