El Paso County Bar Association members enjoy giving back to the community through the Habitat For Humanity Community Service Project. Every year, Bar Association members form a team to help build a house for a needy family. The EPCBA makes a financial commitment to provide food, T-shirts and awards to the project participants.
Today, Habitat has helped build or repair more than 800,000 houses and served more than 4 million people around the world.
See the Bar Association's 2014 Habitat For Humanity Community Service Project photo gallery below!
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Why Habitat for Humanity is Needed
In the United States, 48.5 million people are living in poverty:
- Minimum wage is not keeping up with the rising cost of living and many workers struggle to afford decent housing.
Decent, stable housing provides more than just a roof over someone’s head:
- Stability for families and children.
- Sense of dignity and pride.
- Health, physical safety and security.
- Increase of educational and job prospects.
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