Palouse Habitat for Humanity announced that Wells Fargo awarded a $15,000 grant and the Meter Foundation awarded $7,500 to purchase building materials for the Martinez family home build currently under construction in Moscow.
Volunteers from Wells Fargo branches around the region volunteered on the build site last week. They helped raise the roof trusses and painted siding for the future Habitat home of Aimee Martinez and her twin boys in Moscow. Volunteers from Meter Foundation will be on the build site this week.
Palouse Habitat for Humanity is celebrating its 30th Anniversary this year as the local affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International
It was established in 1992, has built homes in Colfax, Pullman, Moscow, Genesee, Palouse, Potlatch, Albion and Uniontown, and completed over home repair projects across Latah and Whitman Counties.