Habitat for Humanity Red Deer to host sessions for a Ponoka project

Habitat for Humanity Red Deer

Habitat for Humanity Red Deer

Habitat for Humanity Red Deer is set to host two family information sessions for a future Ponoka build project.

The sessions (Sept. 12 and Sept. 21) will provide information to families on Habitat for Humanity’s affordable homeownership program, eligibility requirements, and the application process.

The first session will be held in person on Sept. 12 from 6 to 7 p.m. at Hudson’s Green Nature and Activity Centre (6210 – 61 St).

The second session will be held online via Zoom on Sept. 21 from 6 to 7 p.m.

Both sessions are open to the public.

Participants will learn more about the future project in Ponoka and the eligibility requirements of the homeownership program, according to a release.

Those who apply to the Affordable Homeownership Program must attend one of these sessions.

Those interested in the sessions must register by contacting Family Services Manager Aspen Boone-Windrim at Aspen.BooneWindrim@HabitatRedDeer.ca or by calling 403-309-6080 ext. 104.

Habitat for Humanity Red Deer builds homes in partnership with qualifying low-income, working families through a no-down-payment, interest-free mortgage program.

The organization has been active in central Alberta since 1994 and has since built 46 homes in the region with the help of donors and volunteers.