Campbell County Habitat for Humanity has built 29 homes for low-income families since 1995. However, due to a lack of volunteers, its work in Campbell County might end next year.
By June 30, 2013, the end of the fiscal year, Habitat’s leaders say they might hang it up. The problem isn’t money.
“Financially we’re in good shape,” CCHfH Vice President Jeanne Smith said.
The Resale Store and other contributions from local businesses help successfully fund Habitat’s operations, according to a CCHfH press release.
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