2024 Habitat Heroes

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Palouse Habitat for Humanity announces annual fundraiser and honors Strom Electric with the Habitat Hero Award

Moscow, Idaho (April 11, 2024) — Palouse Habitat for Humanity is pleased to announce that Strom Electric is the
recipient of the 2024 Habitat Hero Award. They will be honored at the annual in-person fundraiser event Beans ‘n’ Jeans
on April 20th at the SEL Event Center in Pullman. While the in-person event is sold out, please join in by shopping the
online auction on Saturday, April 13th-20th.
“To have contractor support like we have with Strom Electric is critical to keeping Habitat homes affordable. Strom’s
support has ensured Habitat homeowners have a safe and sound home and allowed our incoming donations and funding
to go that much further. A Habitat Hero is one of many great ways to describe Strom Electric and the relationship we have
had with them over many, many years,” shared Nolan Corlett, Construction Supervisor of Palouse HFH.
The Habitat Hero Award is given annually to a business, individual, or organization whose support has made a significant
contribution to Habitat’s ability to meet the need for affordable housing around the Palouse region.
Palouse Habitat is also thankful to this year’s Beans ‘n’ Jeans event sponsor, Tim Gresback, Injury Attorney. All funds
from the event will go toward building the 2024 Habitat home in Moscow.
You can participate in the online auction by registering on our website, palousehabitat.org. Shop the almost 200 items
that include unique local art, tools, outdoor equipment, and more!

About Palouse Habitat for Humanity

Palouse Habitat for Humanity, the local affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, builds affordable housing in Latah
and Whitman counties. Its mission is to bring people together to build homes, communities, and hope. Construction on
Habitat Home #24 will start this spring in Moscow, Idaho. Habitat homes are built with volunteer labor and help from the
future homeowner. Habitat homeowners are selected based on need, willingness to help build the home (including up to
400 hours of “sweat equity”), and specific income criteria, including the financial ability to purchase the home from
Palouse Habitat after completing their partnership requirements.
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For more information on Palouse Habitat for Humanity and ways to make a difference in your community, visit
our website at palousehabitat.org or contact Jennifer Wallace at 208-883-8502 or director@palousehabitat.org
Palouse Habitat for Humanity 306 N. Main St. P.O. Box 3054 Moscow, ID 83843 208-883-8502