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Spring Transformations 2013

Through the amazing generosity of Nikki Stoia, Conductor of the Springfield Symphony Chorus and through the fantastic job the chorus did of spreading the good word Greater Springfield Habitat for Humanity was thrilled to take part in our first ever spring concert. At the end of a very snowy winter we were ready and excited to transition into spring with songs and joy!

Trinity United Methodist Church provided a fantastically gorgeous and acoustically stunning venue for the event that was attended by more than 200 supporters of Habitat! The event helped raise more than $2,500 that will all go directly to helping provide safe, decent, affordable housing to the Springfield area.

A huge thank you goes out to Alan Aldin, Director of the Chorus, Nikki our Committee Members and 16 Acres Garden center for sponsoring a fantastic and new event!

With more than 12 years of brand building experience in the government, non-profit and for-profit sectors, Korri joined Greater Springfield Habitat for Humanity in 2013 to provide strategic direction and the implementation of marketing and development initiatives for the human services organization that seeks to eliminate substandard housing. As Development and Communications Director, Korri enjoys promoting Habitat’s work serving families in Hampden County.

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    Be a Wrap Star!

    Be a Wrap Star!

    Over the past 20 years Greater Springfield Habitat for Humanity has set up shop in the Sears wing at the Eastfield Mall in Springfield for the month of December. We are now accepting volunteers!