Charlottesville Habitat Hosts Annual Breakfast with Faith Community
ALBEMARLE COUNTY, Va. (WVIR) - Dozens of people in central Virginia are talking about housing needs in the Charlottesville-Albemarle County area.
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Charlottesville and its faith community partners hosted its Building on Faith Breakfast Thursday, November 7. The annual event featured more than 50 representatives from 25 faith communities to create relationships with each other and Habitat.
Habitat shared its plans for 2020, and how the groups can continue to work together to build a stronger and more equitable community.
"We're really seeking not to be building individual homes, but actually helping create the housing changes of our system to be able to build the homes that we need, and create the opportunities for people to live affordably," Garrett Trent, associate director of community partnerships, said.
Thursday's breakfast was held at Church of the Incarnation in Albemarle County.