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Habitat for Humanity SF/SCV Honors Princess Cruises at the 2017 Hearts for Heroes Builders Ball

Habitat for Humanity San Fernando/Santa Clarita Valleys has announced that it will honor Princess Cruises and the Princess Cruises Community Foundation at the annual Hearts for Heroes Builders Ball on Friday, February 24th.  Also to be honored will be seven surviving Santa Clarita veterans of World War II. The funds raised at the event will

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The Home Depot Foundation Continues to Support Veterans in Santa Clarita

Habitat for Humanity SF/SCV and the families that we serve are beyond grateful to The Home Depot Foundation who has contributed an additional $300,000 to our Santa Clarita Enriched Neighborhood® for veterans and their families! Last April, 2016 through June, 2016, four different Team Depot groups helped to finish our Phase 2 homes in time

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Hunt Braly Named Chairman of Board of Directors

Habitat for Humanity SF/SCV is starting 2017 by welcoming Hunt C. Braly as its new Chairman of the Board. Mr. Braly is a partner with the law firm of Poole & Shaffery where he has headed up its Land Use and Governmental Affairs practice groups since 2011. Mr. Braly has a wealth of knowledge and

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Habitat for Humanity SF/SCV Awarded with Land in North Hollywood to Develop Affordable Veteran Homeownership Project

On November 11, 2016, Los Angeles City Mayor Eric Garcetti approved 5 properties owned by the city of Los Angeles to be developed into affordable homeownership projects. Habitat for Humanity San Fernando/Santa Clarita Valleys (SF/SCV) was one of the organizations/developers selected for this groundbreaking partnership. Habitat for Humanity SF/SCV has been chosen to build a

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West Ranch High School co-workers donate money, gifts to two local veterans

Instead of exchanging holiday gifts this year, West Ranch High School cafeteria workers decided to pool together money, food and gifts for two local United States Marine Corps veterans. “We decided that instead of doing Christmas presents that we would do something for a worthy cause,” said Koral Newman, West Ranch High School’s cafeteria manager.

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