Volunteering has been proven to have numerous health benefits. Research shows that volunteering has many mental and physical health benefits. Serving your community helps improve your mood, makes you feel healthier, increases your sense of purpose and reduces your stress levels. These acts of service can also give you aRead More
Mariano B. is a survivor. Like many applicants to Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity’s Critical Home Repair program, he has had more than his share of obstacles to overcome. He was born with a skeletal deformity causing chronic pain and limited mobility. In 1995, he was a successful stone sculptorRead More
Whether it’s combing through the aisles of your local ReStore or perusing a neighborhood estate sale, the thrill of “the find” pulls many treasure hunters out to play. Even junkyards and flea markets can offer exciting finds for anyone willing to do the work.   With the right approach, thriftRead More
OU Medicine has sponsored nine Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity home builds in the past; however, this year’s build was special to both the volunteers and the receiving family. Jeffery and Sadae and their two daughters, Brielle age 9 and Ajah age 2, are now proud COHFH homeowners. Before gettingRead More
Congrats on your new home! Now you just have to figure out how you’re going to pack and move everything without breaking the bank, your fragile lamp, or your back. To help make this transition a bit easier for you, we’ve put together this short list of tips to helpRead More