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Teaching Lend a hand: Habitat for Humanity

Lend a hand: Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity started in 1968 when Millard and Linda Fuller had the idea to use volunteers to build affordable homes for families in need. The organization soon grew into an international organization that has built homes for almost one million people around the world.

Peter McDonnell
Highlights for Children, Inc.


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