Genesee County Habitat for Humanity Celebrates 30th Anniversary


On Thursday, February 27, Genesee County Habitat for Humanity will hold their 30-year anniversary banquet at the Holiday Inn Gateway Center. Doors open at 5pm. Individual tickets to the event are $75.

The engagement will celebrate the retirement of Margaret Kato and introduce new Executive Director Thomas Hutchison. All attendees will receive a one-of-a-kind handmade glass plate from artist Suellen Parker of Case Island Glass. Local restaurants will also be selling the plates with a specialty dessert for $50 with all proceeds benefiting GCHOH. Participating restaurants are Andiamo Fenton, Churchill’s Food & Spirits, Cranberries Café, Redwood Steakhouse and Brewery and The Grafted Root Eatery.

Genesee County Habitat for Humanity has a 30-year history creating and preserving affordable housing solutions in Genesee County. During that time, we have emerged as a cornerstone nonprofit agency working to mitigate the housing challenges our community faces. The organization builds and sells affordable homes, provides low cost home repairs, offers financial and homebuyer education, works with local neighborhoods on revitalization projects throughout the City of Flint and operates ReStore. The organization’s sustainability depends on the vital combination of funds and volunteer labor provided by partners and the community.


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