Habitat for Humanity Campus Chapter Celebrates Completion of Latest Villanova-Sponsored Habitat House

Villanova-sponsored Habitat house

Villanova University’s Habitat for Humanity Campus Chapter recently celebrated the completion of the latest Villanova-sponsored Habitat house, along with representatives from Habitat for Humanity of Montgomery County and the proud new homeowner. Villanova partnered with Habitat MontCo, the family, local businesses, private donors and others to renovate this Norristown house over the last two years. The VU Campus Chapter raised $50,000 to support this project, with another $50,000 coming from county grants.

Villanova’s chapter of Habitat for Humanity promotes awareness of poverty and homelessness through annual fundraising, campus events, weekly build trips to the chapter’s affiliate, Habitat MontCo, and week-long service break trips to other Habitat affiliates around the country. 

Click here for more information on Villanova University’s Habitat for Humanity Campus Chapter.

Pictured above (left to right) at the Villanova sponsored Habitat for Humanity house in Norristown: Marianne Lynch, Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity of Montgomery County; Christina Radossi, VU alumna and former co-President of the Habitat for Humanity Campus Chapter; Will Stehl, Associate Director of Campus Ministry; Joseph Catuzzi, VU alum, former co-President of the Habitat for Humanity Campus Chapter, and second year student at VU law school; Melissa Grenier, Outgoing co-President of the Habitat for Humanity Campus Chapter; Lauren Rutherford, Outgoing co-President of the Habitat for Humanity Campus Chapter; Kathleen Campbell, Outgoing co-President of the Habitat for Humanity Campus Chapter; Tim O’Connell, Associate Director of Campus Ministry, Staff advisor to Habitat for Humanity Campus Chapter; and, Kim Tobin, Development Director, Habitat for Humanity of Montgomery County.