Habitat for Humanity building homes for families

Nov 17, 2013, 7:18 PM | Updated: 7:18 pm
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The Christian-based organization Habitat for Humanity has been building, renovating and repairing homes for families in need in Arizona since 1985.

More than 800 homes have been touched in cities all across the Phoenix area.

To get more information about Habitat for Humanity in Arizona go to habitatcaz.org

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