Habitat for Humanity, Wind River Country received a $3000 check this week from Rocky Mountain Power. This check will go toward the construction of Build #19, currently underway at Riverton High School. Habitat is grateful for the continued support from Rocky Mountain Power and their face-to-face, personal involvement in the Habitat organization.
Wind River Job Corps was onsite during the week of November 20th to handle the grading of Habitat's Build #18. WRJC joined the Habitat partnership team just over one year ago and has brought extensive professionalism and experience to the table. WRJC has taken on a lot of finish work, infrastructure installation and various other jobs to keep Habitat houses coming on line. WRJC will build half of the newest Build #19, which is currently under construction.
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Habitat for Humanity, Wind River Country received a grant check for $1500 from the U.S. Bank branch in Riverton. This marks the fifth consecutive year U.S. Bank has supported Habitat in its' efforts in Fremont County. Habitat is very grateful for all of the local support it receives.
Habitat for Humanity, Wind River Country received a grant check for $20,000 from Wells Fargo on February 9. Wells Fargo crew members Angel Jahnke, Kimber Nolting, Courtney Kramer, Shelly Vargas and Branch Manager, Tammy Leisy, presented Habitat Board of Directors President, Andy Eckart, with this years' grant check. This donation is an increase over previous years and marks the 10th year Wells Fargo has supported Habitat for Humanity.
Habitat for Humanity, Wind River Country recently received the donation of a new double wide trailer from the Karl M. Johnson Foundation of Jackson, WY. Habitat was able to convert the trailer into cash which goes directly to support the construction of the next Habitat home, currently under construction at Riverton High School and Wind River Job Corps. Our thanks to the Karl M. Johnson Foundation for their support of Habitat for Humanity.
KARL M. JOHNSON
Habitat for Humanity, Wind River Country recently received a generous donation from Bank of the West. The check for $10,000 will go toward the construction of the 19th Habitat home built in the Fremont County area. This represents the third year BOTW has supported the local Habitat Affiliate. Our thanks to all of those responsible.
Habitat for Humanity, Wind River Country received a two part grant from First Interstate Bank on October 6th. The First Interstate Bank in Riverton and the First Interstate BancSystem Foundation in Billings each donated $5000. These funds will go directly to support the purchase of materials and supplies for the newest Habitat home build. This donation represents First Interstate Bank's third year of continued support for Habitat for Humanity.