If 60 People Donate $12, Then Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco Can Buy Primer to Paint a Skate Bowl at a Park

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In a Nutshell

Donations to help neighborhood revitalization project fund Hilltop Park beautification, starting with painting park's skate bowl

The Fine Print

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The Issue: Neighborhood Revitalization Projects

Through its Neighborhood Revitalization Initiative, Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco is partnering with Parks 94124 to beautify Hilltop Park in Bayview by painting the skateboard park and picnic tables. If enough funds are raised, they'll also purchase new barbecue pits. These efforts are part of a larger goal to revive neighborhoods and enhance residents' quality of life with community parks, gardens, youth centers, and other projects.

The Campaign: Paint the Skate Bowl at Hilltop Park

If this Grassroots campaign raises $720, then Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco can purchase 40 gallons of primer ($18/gallon) to begin painting the skate park. Each additional $12 donation will be used to purchase more primer and paint for the skate bowl, as well as for park benches and tables. If $3,090 is raised, then all additional donations will be used to purchase new barbecue pits for the park.

You can follow the progress of this and other Grassroots campaigns at the Groupon Grassroots website.

Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco

As a local affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco partners with families, community volunteers, and donors to build affordable homes for residents with low incomes in San Francisco and Marin, and on the Peninsula. To date, the organization has built more than 200 homes, with 36 new dwellings currently under construction.

Other projects include the Neighborhood Revitalization Initiative. Through this program, Habitat Greater San Francisco works alongside community partners and residents to respond to community-identified needs, whether that means refurbishing a youth center, repairing a resident's roof, or creating a community garden.

Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco

As a local affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco partners with families, community volunteers, and donors to build affordable homes for residents with low incomes in San Francisco and Marin, and on the Peninsula. To date, the organization has built more than 160 homes, with 36 new dwellings currently under construction.

Other projects include the Neighborhood Revitalization Initiative. Through this program, Habitat Greater San Francisco works alongside community partners and residents to respond to community-identified needs, whether that means refurbishing a youth center, repairing a resident's roof, or creating a community garden.

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