Livingston County Habitat For Humanity

Low Income Housing
Nunda, NY
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PO Box 1015
Nunda, NY - 14517

(229)924-6935 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one Website

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About Livingston County Habitat For Humanity

Habitat For Humanity Is A Nonprofit, Ecumenical Christian Housing Ministry Dedicated To Eliminating Substandard Housing And Homelessness Worldwide And To Making Adequate, Affordable Shelter A Matter Of Conscience And Action. Habitat Invites People From All Faiths And Walks Of Life To Work Together In Partnership, Building Houses With Families In Need.

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