David Hinton
Board President
Diane Kinnane
Executive Director
This summer we are thrilled to welcome our newest partner family, Allasha and Norman, to their new home in Long Branch. Habitat staff and volunteers diligently worked on this home for the past several months, prior to the pandemic. Thank you to the groups that worked with us on this project: Stevens Institute of Technology, Rutgers University, Tower Hill Church, Long Branch Police Department and IBEW Local 400. 

On August 19th at 4 pm, a special Facebook Watch Party of the Home Dedication will stream to welcome our newest homeowner and recognize all those who made this dream a reality! Follow us on Facebook or visit www.habitatmonmouth.org for more information.
 Left: Volunteers in early January ready to work! Right: Allasha getting some sweat equity hours in. 
We wish to thank our retiring board members Steve Palecek and former Board President, Nancy Doran for their long-time service to our board! We are grateful for all of their years of dedication. 

We want to extend a warm welcome to our new board member, Dan Foglia, who joined this past April. And congratulations to David Hinton who is our new Board President, succeeding Gregory Robinson who remains on our board.
Left: David Hinton, Board President. Right: Our board recently meeting via Zoom!
A shout out to Freehold Reformed Church and Gramercy Orchestra of New York for not one, but two, live stream concerts featuring Rita Harvey and Neil Berg in June and July! All donations will help Habitat continue its mission throughout Monmouth County!  
A special Thank you to OceanFirst,
in partnership with the Grunin
Foundation and Townsquare Media,
for choosing Habitat as an Acts of
Kindness Recipient. And a big thank you John Mizsak for the nomination!

The OceanFirst Foundation also
awarded Habitat for Humanity in
Monmouth County a $10,000 COVID-19 Relief grant to assist the ReStore in upgrading operations for the safety of our visitors, volunteers and staff.
Car for Homes: Your support changes lives - donate today!
“Recycling” a vehicle you no longer use or need can help benefit Habitat Monmouth’s programs and partner families! Donating your vehicle is fast, easy to do, and potentially tax-deductible, and it helps keep an enormous amount of steel out of landfills! To find out more, visit www.habitatmonmouth.org/carsforhomes!