Habitat for Humanity of Martin County launches website

Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Habitat for Humanity of Martin County has launched www.habitatmartin.org, a resource for those who are interested in applying for a home, information about the affiliate, the ReStore, and advocates who are interested in eliminating poverty in Martin County.
Global Design is an award-winning, full-service web design studio, offering custom web development, Flash production, Ecommerce and Content Management Systems. Global Design’s commitment to the community has focused on the basic needs of our area’s residents, including food, shelter, education, health care and public safety. With their continuing contributions to organizations such as Habitat For Humanity, Treasure Coast Food Bank, Education Foundation of Martin County, Pink Tie Friends, Project Graduation Foundation, Nina Haven Foundation and Palm City Elementary, Global Design has proven that the health and welfare of the community is one of their highest priorities. “It is a privilege to be associated with such a wonderful organization, that plays such a vital role in our community,” said Linda Probst, owner of Global Design. According to Habitat’s executive director, Michele Reilly, “The website enhances our ability to communicate with our donors and volunteers. It also provides clear answers for families who may be in need of housing but who are not sure whether or not they qualify.”
Habitat for Humanity of Martin County is a non-profit, volunteer-driven organization that extends the opportunity to purchase simple, decent, affordable homes to local families who would not otherwise have that chance. Three key resources are necessary in order to make homeownership a reality for Habitat partner families: funds, volunteers and advocacy.

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