Habitat for Humanity San Fernando/Santa Clarita Valleys is currently attending the California Department of Veteran Affairs’ Conference on Women Veterans in San Diego this September 26– 28 to display art from the female family members of the veteran families soon to live in phase one of the SCV Habitat for Heroes 87-home community on Centre Pointe.
A number of opportunities are available for residents who want to give back on September 11 and remember those who fell in the terrorist attacks. Local businesses and nonprofits will be honoring the fallen and local first responders.
CalVet Home Loans will be available to veterans in connection with Habitat for Heroes' planned veteran-specific communities. The neighborhoods in the Santa Clarita and San Fernando Valleys will be affordable and eco-friendly.
Kia of Valencia donated $1,700 in support of innovative peer-to-peer counseling program for young veterans and the first of its kind veterans’ village featuring the construction of 87 homes in Santa Clarita.