Please join us on Tuesday, November 13 at 10:30am for a morning of celebration as we break ground on 21 Habitat for Humanity homes along McCabe Avenue. Hear Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, Housing Commissioner Paul Graziano, and Councilman Bill Henry kick off what will truly be a team effort over the next nine months.
Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake has been working hard in collaboration with the Woodbourne-McCabe community since being invited to help revitalize this classic Baltimore mainstay. We are particularly excited about helping our neighbors here realize their hopes for a safer, stronger and more beautiful place to call home.
We will be meeting in the 700 block of McCabe Avenue and sincerely hope to see you there!}
Parking will be available behind the Govens-Boundary United Methodist Church at 5210 York Road.