LAAOR Helps Build Habitat For Humanity Home

Members of the Los Alamos Association of Realtors (LAAOR) volunteer to construct a home May 8 for Habitat for Humanity in Santa Fe. Photo by John McHale/ladailypost.com

LAAOR volunteers help construct a home May 8 for Habitat for Humanity in Santa Fe. LAAOR participants from left, David Horpedahl (EXIT Realty), Lance Eaton (EXIT Realty), Brian Tyson (EXIT Realty), Nara Gross (EXIT Realty), Trish Maes (REMAX First), Janet Lovato (EXIT Realty), Jessica Hoffer (EXIT Realty), Hunter Eaton (EXIT Realty), Carrie Montoya-Pegg (EXIT Realty) and Brandon Montoya and Jeremy Nunez (both with Clayton Homes of Espanola). Photo by John McHale/ladailypost.com

LAAOR Board President Carrie Montoya-Pegg helps attach a section of the stud wall. Photo by John McHale/ladailypost.com

LAAOR News:

Members of the Los Alamos Association of REALTORS® (LAAOR) and affiliates partnered with Michaelann Perea and Kelly McReynolds from Guardian Mortgage/First National Bank to help build a Habitat for Humanity home May 8 on Willow Back Road in Oshara Village in Santa Fe.

The Habitat for Humanity website states that it takes every cent of every donation, every minute of volunteer time, and every family that desires a better standard of living, for the Habitat for Humanity program to be successful.

Donors allow the organization to purchase land and materials to build homes. It is very simple: your donation becomes the physical manifestation of hope for many families.

Volunteers donate time to build homes for families in need. Whether you build on site, help out in the office, meet with a committee, or work in the ReStore, you are contributing a very valuable resource: your time.

Partner Families provide dedication, ‘sweat equity’, and the willingness to form a meaningful partnership that creates a tangible feeling of hope:

  • Hope for a better future;
  • Hope for stable and affordable homeownership;
  • Hope for their children; and
  • Hope for the community.

Learn more about Habitat for Humanity at https://www.santafehabitat.org.

Lance and Hunter Eaton work on a stud wall section. Photo by John McHale/ladailypost.com

Nara Gross helps assemble a corner section. Photo by John McHale/ladailypost.com

David Horpedahl mixes mortar for a land scape wall. Photo by John McHale/ladailypost.com

Trish Maes sifts land scape soil. Photo by John McHale/ladailypost.com

Bramdon Montoya and Jeremy Nunez work on a section of the stud wall. Photo by John McHale/ladailypost.com

Scene from the job site where LAAOR members volunteer to construct a home May 8 for Habitat for Humanity in Santa Fe. Photo by John McHale/ladailypost.com

Scene from the job site where LAAOR members volunteer to construct a home May 8 for Habitat for Humanity in Santa Fe. Courtesy photo

Scene from the job site where LAAOR members volunteer to construct a home May 8 for Habitat for Humanity in Santa Fe. Courtesy photo

Scene from the job site where LAAOR members volunteer to construct a home May 8 for Habitat for Humanity in Santa Fe. Courtesy photo

Scene from the job site where LAAOR members volunteer to construct a home May 8 for Habitat for Humanity in Santa Fe. Courtesy photo

Scene from the job site where LAAOR members volunteer to construct a home May 8 for Habitat for Humanity in Santa Fe. Courtesy photo

Scene from the job site where LAAOR members volunteer to construct a home May 8 for Habitat for Humanity in Santa Fe. Courtesy photo

Scene from the job site where LAAOR members volunteer to construct a home May 8 for Habitat for Humanity in Santa Fe. Courtesy photo

Scene from the job site where LAAOR members volunteer to construct a home May 8 for Habitat for Humanity in Santa Fe. Courtesy photo

Scene from the job site where LAAOR members volunteer to construct a home May 8 for Habitat for Humanity in Santa Fe. Courtesy photo

Scene from the job site where LAAOR members volunteer to construct a home May 8 for Habitat for Humanity in Santa Fe. Courtesy photo

Scene from the job site where LAAOR members volunteer to construct a home May 8 for Habitat for Humanity in Santa Fe. Courtesy photo

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