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Rock the Block – West College Hill

October 13, 2018
9:00 am - 3:30 pm
6434 Simpson Ave. , Cincinnati, OH 45224United States
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  • 6.5 Hour Shift

  • 10+

  • 150+ Volunteers

What we'll doHelp with exterior home repairs and maintenance projects, such as painting and landscaping.
Who can do itAnyone 10+

Rock the Block calls all neighbors, homeowners, and renters, to be outside together, working in the yard, and having fun! The event will focus on exterior home repair projects and street clean-up within the city limits of West College Hill, OH!

Meet us at Crutchfield Park, Simpson Road across from the New Life Missionary Baptist Church (6434 Simpson Ave Cincinnati, OH 45224)

6434 Simpson Ave. , Cincinnati, OH 45224United States
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Interested in taking your volunteer day to the next level? Sponsor a Team Builder event – build morale and team spirit across your organization or forge memorable bonds with clients while helping a hard working family achieve the dream of homeownership. To learn more, contact Heather Cockram, heather.cockram@habitatcincinnati.org or call 513-482-5658.

Interested in taking your volunteer day to the next level? Sponsor a Team Builder event – build morale and team spirit across your organization or forge memorable bonds with clients while helping a hard working family achieve the dream of homeownership. To learn more, contact Heather Cockram, [email protected] or call 513-482-5658. ... See MoreSee Less

Be part of our new annual campaign, bringing 40 organizations together to build a home for a hardworking tristate family. Sponsorship includes a build day, t-shirts, social media posts, and more! To learn more contact Heather Cockram, heather.cockram@habitatcincinnati.org or call 513-482-5658.https://buff.ly/2RJu5HM

Be part of our new annual campaign, bringing 40 organizations together to build a home for a hardworking tristate family. Sponsorship includes a build day, t-shirts, social media posts, and more! To learn more contact Heather Cockram, [email protected] or call 513-482-5658.

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Habitat for Humanity Greater Cincinnati
Check out the below post to see what our CEO, Ed Lee, is up to this week!Nearly 2 billion people around the world live in slum housing and over 100 million are homeless.Habitat for Humanity International strives to both change the systems that lead to poverty housing and to build communities where everyone can afford to live. To that end, we work to educate policy makers and change public opinion about affordable housing.Learn more at habitat.org/about/advocacy/take-action

Check out the below post to see what our CEO, Ed Lee, is up to this week!

Nearly 2 billion people around the world live in slum housing and over 100 million are homeless.

Habitat for Humanity International strives to both change the systems that lead to poverty housing and to build communities where everyone can afford to live. To that end, we work to educate policy makers and change public opinion about affordable housing.

Learn more at habitat.org/about/advocacy/take-action#HabitatontheHill is in full swing today as our CEO and President joins forces with other Habitat advocates meeting with Congress to discuss the housing crisis and working together to help families in need of affordable and safe housing!

Ryan Miller Habitat for Humanity of Ohio, Ed Lee, Executive Director at Habitat for Humanity Greater Cincinnati, Gloria Zhang from Habitat Campus Chapter at Case Western Reserve University, Mark Andrews from Habitat for Humanity who lives in Dayton, and Lynn Zucker Executive Director of Buckeye Ridge Habitat for Humanity
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I love that you are doing this! Have to get to the root of the problem as well as building houses. Thank you for your work!! :)

I have a piece of land for sale at 6001 Yosemite, that would make an excellent site for a H4H home.