A Message from Habitat Roaring Fork Valley’s President, Gail Schwartz
Dear Friends of Habitat,
On behalf of the entire team at Habitat for Humanity Roaring Fork Valley, I would like to share our response to the challenges of today’s COVID-19 crisis. Out of an abundance of concern for our families and neighbors, we made the decision to launch a Virtual ReStore and temporarily close our brick and mortar location. Both our ReStore and our Basalt Vista build site will be closed to the public and our volunteers until it is safe to reopen. We stand in solidarity with businesses, governments, and organizations throughout our Valley who believe that it is our collective responsibility to do all we can to ensure the health, safety, and wellbeing of our staff and our community at this time.
Because we are committed to our mission of “Building Homes, Building Hope and Building Community”, we are welcoming guests to our Virtual ReStore to shop our complete inventory online or over the phone. Guests can pick up their purchases curbside or, if preferred, arrange for our staff to provide White Glove delivery. Habitat for Humanity of the Roaring Fork Valley remains a community-based organization and we will continue to support the hardworking families in our valley who need us most. I strongly encourage you to continue supporting our community mission.
With our hope and prayers for your family’s continued good health and well being,
Click on logo to read March 19th interview with Gail in The Roaring Fork Weekly Journal