Boynton Beach Community
Received Street Beautification
By Hundreds of Volunteers from Habitat for Humanity South Palm Beach County
and A&N Management & Consulting.
A very deserving family resides at 528 NW 11th Street. A home that is merely a few weeks away from completion. As part of Habitat for Humanity of South Palm Beach County’s mission is to make quality housing affordable for everyone in the community. This single home represents part of a far bigger mission set forth by Norman Silverstein of A & N Management & Consulting. This is one house that will bring change for an entire street of families.
The 500 block of North West 11th Street in Boynton Beach is poised for a local Habitat for Humanity extreme makeover thanks to A & N Management & Consulting who together have amassed an extraordinary team of contractors, professionals and volunteers to repaint, restore and beautify the exterior each home along the entire block.
On Saturday, November 13, 2010, the monumental feat began with each home to receive a fresh coat of paint, yard clean up and minor repairs. A grand celebration and cookout for volunteers, neighbors and sponsors will be held at noon for an afternoon of music, food and to honor numerous special guests. The featured entertainment was the Boynton Hills Male Voices from the Boynton Hills Church of God In Christ. This talented group of men, led by Deacon Askins, sang praises as the volunteers gathered for the blessing of the NW 11th Revitalization Project.
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Those interested in volunteering your time with Habitat For Humanity special events and projects, please contact Mike Williams of Habitat for Humanity, South Palm Beach County at 561.819.6070 or Email: MWilliams@hfhboca.org
About:Habitat for Humanity of South Palm Beach County was incorporated as a nonprofit organization in 1991 and supports the communities of Boca Raton, Boynton Beach and Delray Beach. The Habitat for Humanity process goes back to the traditional values of reward through effort. Each partner family is required to invest 500 hours of their own time in the construction of Habitat homes with the majority of hours being invested in their own home. They must then pay back the actual cost of the home through a non-interest bearing mortgage, with monthly payments of principal, taxes, and insurance. This system has the effect of building self-esteem in the partner families, which benefits the individual family and the community as a whole. On almost any given Thursday, Friday, Saturday or Sunday, volunteers are invited to work on a house in the community.
Habitat for Humanity of South Palm Beach County also operates its ReStore at 272 S. Dixie Highway in Boca Raton. The store provides a source of funding to build more Habitat homes in our area and offers volunteer opportunities as well. The Habitat ReStore sells new and used home-related items and building materials at generous discounts to the public. The merchandise at this store specializes in building materials and supplies, cabinets and major appliances. For more information about Habitat for Humanity of South Palm Beach County and ReStore, please visit www.habitatsouthpalmbeach.org.