Fire Safe Sonoma teams up with Habitat for Humanity of Sonoma County!

Some time ago, we started up our low income home assessment program. It was not long before we realized something. This program just did not do enough for the residents of our county. We would do the assessments and then…what? People did not have the time or financial resources to do the essential work that could protect their family, home, and community. People asked us if there would be follow up and we assured folks we were working on it.

Enter the Habitat for Humanity of Sonoma County’s Aging in Place Program! This program assists seniors, 65 and older, with critical home repairs and improvements! This allows them to age in place from the comfort of home. They have construction staff and amazing volunteers that do this incredible work. They too have realized that in this day and age, with wildfires becoming an ever growing issue and concern, that home hardening and defensible space is critical to make sure Sonoma County residents can live comfortably and safely at home. Thank you Habitat for Humanity of Sonoma County!

We have teamed up our two organizations and programs to provide the full service that many Sonoma County residents are looking for! Not only that, but the Fire Safe Sonoma Listos Tool Trailer will play a key role in this too. It has brand new tools and equipment that are ready to be put to work. Please reach out to us at firesafesonomastaff@gmail.com to see if you qualify and we can get your property assessed and hardened right away!

Read more from Habitat for Humanity of SoCo’s Fall newsletter here: https://www.habitatsoco.org/fall-2022-newsletter/ 

The Santa Rosa Metro Chamber covered our new partnership as well. Read here: https://www.santarosametrochamber.com/blog/2022/10/05/member/habitat-of-sonoma-county-and-fire-safe-sonoma-a-two-for-two-in-sonoma-county/ 

 

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