Members of the diocese can still help a family build a new home for themselves.

Now that Abdi Muya, his wife, Rukia, and their five sons have moved into the Sharpsburg house renovated by diocesan volunteers working with Habitat for Humanity (see story at http://www.episcopalpgh.org/habitat-house-blessed-2010/), they've found themselves in need of a few practical items:

♦   vacuum cleaner
♦   indoor and outdoor garbage cans
♦   gardening tools
♦   replacement of a dining set and sofa
♦   plumbing services at a fair price
♦   gift cards to home improvement or discount department stores

For more information, contact Nancy Lapp, chair of the diocesan Social Justice and Outreach Committee, at nlapp@pts.edu .

Read Post-Gazette coverage here.

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