WVU Medicine wants employees to know about Mon County Habitat for Humanity, an organization that offers solutions for people considered low-income or who may have experienced a disaster.

If you live in a sub-standard home in Monongalia County and are willing to partner with the organization, you might qualify to own a home through Habitat for Humanity’s homeownership program.

Mon County Habitat for Humanity works through volunteer labor, and monetary and material donations to eliminate poverty housing and homelessness from the world, and to make decent shelter a matter of conscience and action.

Since 1990, Mon County Habitat for Humanity has completed 42 homes and has provided housing for approximately 180 individuals.

For more information, including volunteer opportunities, visit the Habitat website or contact the office, located at 251 Don Knotts Boulevard in Morgantown, via email at: info@moncountyhabitat.org.