Service: Habitat for Humanity

Late last month our Chapter had the opportunity to spend time assisting Habitat for Humanity with their housing project in San Francisco. Members of our chapter learned and built experience through hands-on educational building assignments. From raising the walls of the house to hammering nails into the internal infrastructure - the assignments made for a pleasurable and invaluable experience. 

These housing projects are planned and executed for families in need. Recipients consist of those living in unsafe or poor conditions, veterans, lower income and more. The review process takes several months and consists of an application fee, detailed financial information and an extensive reviewal process. The impact this project made on those in attendance played a tremendous role to one of the core values of our chapter - service.

SAN FRANCISCO, CA: Brother Abeyta, Cao, Li and Mak on site of the Habitat for Humanity development

SAN FRANCISCO, CA: Brother Abeyta, Cao, Li and Mak on site of the Habitat for Humanity development