This should be a world where we recognize that we are all connected, where we act in solidarity in times of crisis.
When any disaster hits — a storm, a disease, a financial crisis — it is always those who struggle most who suddenly find themselves struggling even more. They are our neighbors. Families already living in conditions that aren’t conducive to good health, those whose finances have long been taxed beyond measure because housing eats up too large a portion of their income, those newly vulnerable because of the economic shock waves that something like this so often sets off. Now more than ever, we depend on our Habitat supporters unwavering capacity to help where we’re needed most.