Habitat for Humanity of Northern Saratoga, Warren and Washington Counties moved to new office space, located in Glens Falls Technical Park, marked by a ribbon-cutting event in conjunction with the Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce.
The event was attended by Habitat staff, including new Executive Director Courtney Shaler Smith, Glens Falls Mayor John Diamond and members of the board of directors.
Established in 1991, Habitat for Humanity has built 20 houses as an all-volunteer organization, partnering with families to provide them with affordable housing. Support comes from businesses, churches, community organizations and individuals.
Habitat for Humanity of Northern Saratoga, Warren and Washington Counties is a nonprofit organization that develops partnerships with local businesses, churches, community organizations and others to build affordable housing for people in need. For more information, visit www.glensfallshabitat.org.