A Brush with Kindness
Habitat will help with exterior minor repairs for homeowners: painting, re-attaching gutters, minor fence repair, light landscaping, and minor soffit/fascia attachment/replacement.
Volunteers come out and help, donate materials, supply snacks and drinks.
Need a light repair?
Know someone who may?
Want to help?
Call us! To apply for assistance: Jeremy or Cathy: 410-638-4434, x5
Sign up! To volunteer for the next A Brush With Kindness week, please call or email Brianne 410 638-4434 x6 firstname.lastname@example.org
…or go to the Construction Volunteer page click here!
Below are some photos from this year's A Brush with Kindness efforts!
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Habitat for Humanity Susquehanna’s most recent A Brush With Kindness (ABWK) in Port Deposit was part of a larger effort called Cecil Cares -- a countywide day of service coordinated by the Department of Community Services and Volunteer Cecil. Volunteers weeded and mulched gardens, potted mums, painted and repaired a front porch, and prepared a deck for staining.
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As part of its Neighborhood Revitalization Initiative, Habitat for Humanity Susquehanna’s A Brush With Kindness (ABWK) program and its volunteers spent several days working in Aberdeen’s Swan Meadows neighborhood. They installed smoke detectors donated by the American Red Cross; power-washed, sanded, and re-stained wooden decks and stairs; cleaned out clogged roof gutters; trimmed bushes and trees; and, weeded and mulched homeowners’ gardens. ABWK is part of a larger home preservation initiative to revitalize neighborhoods through exterior improvements.
Congregates from Mountain Christian Church, as well as other volunteers, joined Habitat for Humanity Susquehanna in its A Brush With Kindness (ABWK) efforts at Edgewood’s First Harford Square community. The jobs for that day consisted of re-grading, grass seeding, weeding garden beds, trimming hedges, and cleaning out rain spouts. Thanks to a generous donation from the American Red Cross, volunteers also installed free smoke detectors in residents’ homes.