Wabash County Habitat for Humanity moves to new office

The public is invited to an open house, from 2-6 p.m. on Friday May 30, at the Wabash County Habitat for Humanity’s new office at 375 Manchester Avenue in Wabash. Stop by for some light refreshments, check out the new office, find out how Habitat for Humanity changes lives and the community one home at time, and how you can be part of building the dream!

The new office was made possible by the generous donation of the property by Terrance and Debra Echard.  The office was designed and adorned by Pam Gamble and Tammy Lickey, both Habitat volunteers that also happen to be professional Interior Designers.   Office furniture and chairs were donated by RJE business interiors and Dennis Brubaker with Indoff.  A custom designed and crafted conference table was built by Randy Duhamell, Habitat Board President, provides a prefect training center for future educational programs.  This new office gives Habitat the room to grow, easy access and visibility for the community. 

Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit Christian Ministry that provides affordable homeownership opportunities to low-income residents of Wabash County.  Habitat Partner Homeowners purchase their homes from Habitat through a No-Profit Zero-Interest mortgage.  Habitat volunteers that work alongside the future homeowners in the construction of their new home.     

If you would like more information about Habitat for Humanity, how to become a Habitat partner homeowner, or to support Habitat’s work as a volunteer or donor contact Steve Miller at 260-563-9188.  The Habitat office located at 375 Manchester Avenue, Wabash.  You can also keep to date with Habitat on the web at or on Facebook at

Posted on 2014 May 20