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Virtual Brown Bag: Home Repair Impact
February 2018

Over 100 homes in the Bayview and East Palo Alto have been repaired through Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco’s Neighborhood Revitalization program since its inception in 2011.

What started with freshly painted homes and new grab bars has now expanded to make an even bigger impact for low-income, long-time homeowners. As of just a few months ago, the program replaces roofs, siding, windows, and doors, and staff are certified to address lead-based paint common in older homes.

At this pivotal moment, we surveyed the 100+ homeowners who have worked with Habitat from the beginning.

We asked questions like, “What does it mean to be a part of your community?” “How has gentrification affected your way of life?” and, “Have the new home repairs helped you feel safer, financially secure, and established in your neighborhood?”

Join us for the next Virtual Brown Bag lunchtime teleconference as we uncover the findings of these in-depth surveys and share the true impact of a home repair for the homeowner and their community.

Habitat for Humanity Virtual Brown Bag: Home Repair Impact
Wednesday, February 28, 12:00 to 1:00 PM PST
Laura Ealy,
Neighborhood Revitalization Programs Manager
Lauren Shaughnessy,
Director of Measurement & Learning

RSVP online before February 23 or by emailing redson@habitatgsf.org

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Watch another Virtual Brown Bag describing Habitat's Neighborhood Revitalization program, recorded in November of 2016. 

Fill out the form below to get dial-in information for the next Virtual Brown Bag on Wednesday, February 28 from 12:00 to 1:00 PM PST.