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|Dear Habitat Homeowners, |
We’re already a month into 2023, and we couldn’t be more excited for the year ahead. With you by our side, we’ll continue to reach life-changing milestones, expand our growing community, and explore the endless benefits of homeownership, one project at a time. We are so blessed to have you as a part of our Habitat family, and our gratitude for each and every one of you continues to multiply each day. Our community wouldn’t be the same without you!
In order to prepare for the exciting months ahead, we wanted to share some insightful home maintenance tips to help you create a clean and chaos-free environment before jumping into the new year. Here’s a quick checklist to get you started: Schedule a “fix-it” weekend to complete minor repairs that take less than a day (e.g. fixing loose screws, squeaky hinges, lightbulbs, and smoke detectors).Get organized by pitching things you don’t need and purchasing quality storage bins for extra items (like excess holiday décor or seasonal gear).Create a home inventory while you’re organizing to have easy, categorical access to all of the items in each room.Plan for upcoming projects by creating a financial plan, researching specialists (like architects/contractors), and gathering materials so that you can outline your project in full.Wipe down kitchen cabinets with a homemade mixture of warm water and dish soap. Excess buildup from cooking and grease can cause damage to the finish of your kitchen surfaces, so be sure to prevent that with routine cleaning days. Replace water filters in your kitchen sink and ice makers. These should be replaced every 6 months, so starting in January will put you on track for another replacement in June. Check out this article HERE for more tips on home maintenance, and let us know what you think!
Cheers to the incredible year ahead, we can’t wait to spend it with you.
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I’ve been through the worse but I’ve done things to make it better.
In the bankruptcy of Detroit, when I was laid off and the government constantly was shutting down, I found a way to save on food items. On eggs, I used powdered or liquid constitute. These were cheaper because usually the grocery store was trying to get rid of them (always bought it on sale or reduced price) and I could also buy in bulk
If you’re looking for more types of substitutes, then here are some…
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Always thinking about homesteading and letting you know why you should be doing it too. Here are 5 reasons why you should have an emergency kit at home and then there’s a link below on how to build your own.
- An emergency kit at home can help you and your family to be prepared for any kind of emergency situation. It can provide you with essential supplies and tools you may need to get through the emergency.
- Having an emergency kit can give you peace of mind knowing you have the necessary items to handle any type of crisis that may arise.
- An emergency kit can provide you with the necessary items to help you stay safe and comfortable if you need to evacuate your home or if you are stuck in an emergency situation.
- Having an emergency kit can help you to be prepared in the event of a natural disaster, such as a flood, earthquake, or hurricane.
- An emergency kit can help you to be prepared for medical emergencies, such as a severe allergic reaction or a heart attack. It can also provide you with the necessary items to take care of minor injuries or illnesses.
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Donate to #Detroit Cody Rouge Community Action Alliance today! #motownmom, Proud alumni of #codycomet #thankfulthursday
As a former Cody Comet this is near and dear to my heart and I need you guys to help and support my high school sister, Kenyetta M Peoples who is really awesome.
Join DPFC in the mission to bring fresh & healthy food options to Detroit. Owned & driven by the community.
The Detroit People’s Food Co-op is an African American led, community-owned grocery cooperative. The co-op’s purpose is to provide improved access to healthy food and food education to Detroit residents. Meeting the needs of the community is achieved through the democratic control of the co-op by its member/owners.
Benefits of Co-op Membership:
- Being part of an organization dedicated to contributing to the health and self-determination of our community.
- Having a say in the co-op’s activities and future.
- Shopping discounts, deals and potential patronage refunds.
- Opportunities to share knowledge and build community.
How can you get involved In the Detroit People’s Food Co-op?
The first step is to JOIN! Membership is open to individuals who are residents of Michigan and over 21 years of age. The price to purchase a share in the co-op is currently $200 per person (one person per share please). The share price can be paid in one lump sum or spread out over ten monthly installment payments.
You can join at any of our in-person presentations or tabling events, by stopping by the DPFC office during office hours – currently Mondays 3-5pm and Wednesdays 12-2pm, or by mailing in an application form with payment. The DPFC office is located inside the Detroit Black Community Food Security Network office at 11000 W. McNichols Road, Suite 103, Detroit, MI 48221. For more information, please call (833) DPFC313 or (833) 373-2313
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I pray you have a wonderful and prosperous new year
Please join our Board of Directors in providing critical funds to support the mission of Habitat for Humanity Detroit as we celebrate 35 years of serving the Detroit community!
The one day keeping me from becoming a vegetarian. So Delicious, I forget any diet I’m on when bacon is involved
Do you have a weakness for bacon?
Family Matters provides parents and families with information about special education and other resources. from Michigan.gov #motownmom
Family Matters, a special outreach program through the Michigan Department of Education, provides parents and families with information about special education laws, rules, services, and practices. Easy-to-understand documents are provided in English, Arabic, and Spanish that detail items such as Accommodations, Educational Evaluation, and Placement.