Adams County Habitat for Humanity gratefully accepted donations this summer from a Vacation Bible School program organized by three area churches—Christ Lutheran, St. James Lutheran and Prince of Peace Episcopal. Donations included more than a dozen bags of supplies used in home construction, such as painter’s tape, paint rollers and trays, trash bags, and more. Adams County Habitat for Humanity welcomes applicants for home ownership, volunteers, corporate and individual donations, and in-kind donations of goods and services for home construction.
Julie Keyser and Carol Cogliano, organizers of this summer’s “Workshop of Wonders” Vacation Bible School, a collaboration between Christ Lutheran, St. James Lutheran and Prince of Peace Episcopal Churches, presented donations from more than 130 Gettysburg area children, to several community nonprofits including Adams County Habitat for Humanity. The mission of Adams County Habitat for Humanity is: Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope. The organization’s vision is: A world where everyone has a decent place to live.
Many thanks to all of the children, families and churches involved in these generous donations!