Sierra Pacific Donates Lumber to Habitat Home #27

Sierra Pacific Industries, LLC has donated the lumber for framing Habitat for Humanity of Mason County’s House #27 under construction in Shelton and for Habitat’s next construction, House #29. This is lumber that’s been both grown and milled in Mason County and will now be used to build a home for a family that qualifies for a Habitat for Humanity of Mason County home – “A hand-up, not a hand-out”.

The Ochoa-Godinez family has been selected to purchase House #27. They have been actively working with Habitat to complete the 400 hours in sweat equity required to purchase a Habitat home. Habitat plans for completion of House #27 after the new year and will start House #29 in the Spring of 2018. House #28 is a nearly completed renovation.

Construction volunteers are welcome to join us for both weekday and weekend work parties. The three bedroom, two bath home will be the first two story that the local Habitat has built.  For information on how you can volunteer or support Habitat for Humanity of Mason County call the office at 360-426-8134 or visit the website at www.habitatmasonwa.org.

About Habitat for Humanity of Mason County: Habitat for Humanity of Mason County is a faith-based housing ministry partnering with the community to improve, maintain and build affordable quality housing for those in need. By engaging the entire community, we offer programs for people in need of affordable home-ownership opportunities and programs for current homeowners seeking to preserve their homes.  Through partnerships with families, volunteers and donors, we work together to improve the living conditions of families in Mason County.  Since 1996, Mason County Habitat has worked with 26 families with 65 children in building homes and many more through our Home Preservation / A Brush with Kindness Program.