Considering the most recent news and announcements from the World Health Organization, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Habitat for Humanity International, Governor Bill Lee and local authorities, Habitat of Humanity of Cleveland has made the decision to close its offices and ReStore until Tuesday, April 7.
These precautionary measures have been taken to limit the potential spread of the virus, to support the employees in this challenging time and to ensure it maintains its ability to serve the community, for the long term. The senior leadership team remains vigilant and is monitoring the situation in real time and responding rapidly as conditions evolve, said officials.
Housing problems persist, and Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland will continue its efforts to advocate for those in need of a safe and affordable place to call home. To donate or learn more visit www.habitatofcleveland.org.