Habitat for Humanity of Snohomish County Has Established a Long Term Recovery Fund to Help Oso Survivors Rebuild

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In the aftermath of the devastating mudslide in Oso, WA that damaged or destroyed over 40 homes, Habitat for Humanity will help in the repair and rebuilding efforts for the affected families.

 

Habitat for Humanity focuses on long term rehousing of those families dislocated by the SR530 Mudslide Disaster.  Many other organizations have the capacity to respond to the immediate and intermediate needs of the survivors than Habitat can.  Therefore, we are when survivors have recovered sufficiently to determine where and how they wish to live, we will begin our efforts.  We continuously monitor situation and will begin our work at an appropriate time.

 

Habitat’s ability to respond effectively to this disaster will require support from donors, volunteers, corporate partners and other community organizations. Donations to Habitat’s  Long Term Recovery Fund can be made directly to Coastal Community Bank.

 

Habitat’s Disaster Response provides technical expertise in home and community rebuilding proven over the years in the assistance provided to more than 100,000 disaster-affected families around the world. Recent responses in the US have taken place in New York City and along coastal New Jersey in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy; and in …

 

Please call (425) 258-6289 or send an email to mchua@habitatsnohomish.org if you are interested in learning more.