Habitat for Humanity of Anderson County needs your help making repairs to its very old sprinkler system. The nonprofit organization is trying to raise $8,500 by March 12 for these repairs.
Habitat for Humanity has issued a challenge to encourage supporters to contribute. Executive Director Charlotte Bowers will shave her head if the fundraising drive is successful.
Habitat for Humanity said all the money donated to build or repair homes is used only for that purpose, so the $8,500 for the sprinkler system has to be raised in a fundraiser specifically for that purpose.
To help, visit www.hfhac.org, click on the Donate button on the left side of the website, and specify the purpose of the donation.
When the fundraising drive is complete, “come by and see her (Bowers) without her blond locks!” Habitat for Humanity said.
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