WAUKESHA — Habitat for Humanity of Waukesha County will host the groundbreaking for two new homes on North Grandview Avenue in Waukesha.
Habitat Waukesha, in partnership with RiverGlen Christian Church, is holding a groundbreaking ceremony on March 20 at 2 p.m. The event will be held at 914 N. Grandview Ave. and is open to the public; however, with a limited number of spots available due to COVID-19 distancing. The homes don’t have physical addresses at this time, but will be located between 910 and 920 Grandview Boulevard. “We are grateful for the support from RiverGlen Church that allows us to begin building these two homes,” Sara Clark, acting CEO of Habitat Waukesha said.
Habitat for Humanity of Waukesha County works with families that meet family selection requirements to provide affordable homes to those in need. Homeowners also put in 200 “sweat equity” hours into their homes and work to obtain affordable mortgage based on their yearly income.