Get some Design Advice and do a Good Deed this Fall!
The “Spruce It Up!” program offers you the chance to pick up ideas on how to transform a tired interior space,
to learn how to avoid costly mistakes, and to maximize the design potential of your home or business. Members
of the New Jersey chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) will provide one- or two-hour
on-site consultations for $150 per hour from Thursday, October 1, to Saturday, October 31, 2015. Consultation
requests must be received by Thursday, October 15.
All consultation fees will be donated to Habitat for Humanity. Your check will be written directly to Morris Habitat, and your gift is tax-deductible as allowed by law.
ASID raised $13,000 during the 2014 “Spruce It Up!” for Habitat for Humanity! For more information click here.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS!!!
Weidel and Habitat for Humanity of Trenton team up!
You’ve probably heard of bake sales or car washes to raise money. Now, if you or
someone you know is buying a house, that home purchase can help raise money for Habitat For
Habitat for Humanity Trenton has teamed up with Weidel Real Estate through their new Community
Partners program to help families one house at a time. Whenever buyers purchase a home through
Weidel Real Estate, they can have a portion of the home purchase price rebated as their tax-
deductible donation to Habitat For Humanity Trenton. That gift can have an even greater impact for
buyers whose companies offer matching funds, as Weidel will help facilitate getting those funds to
Habitat For Humanity Trenton. Additionally, Princeton Mortgage is refunding their mortgage
application fee for buyers who donate to Habitat For Humanity Trenton through the Weidel
Community Partners Program. “For the past 100 years, Weidel has been deeply rooted in the
community and we believe strongly in the good work Habitat For Humanity Trenton does,” says Rich
Weidel III, Director of Business Development at Weidel. Habitat For Humanity Trenton’s vision is,
“a community where everyone has a decent place to live.” Habitat advocates to improve access
to decent and affordable shelter and supports a variety of funding models that enable families
with limited resources to make needed improvements on their homes. Since the organization
founded in 1986, Habitat For Humanity Trenton has helped to repair and maintain an additional
250 homes in the greater Central Jersey region.
Trenton Half Marathon!
Ready to run? Sign up for the Trenton Half through Habitat for Humanity of Trenton, and a portion of your registration will benefit affordable housing in Mercer County! Click the link below to start fundraising your $250 registration.