Chris CrumrineChris Crumrine recalls a childhood where giving back was an important part of the family culture and his parents chose to spend their time and resources supporting Habitat for Humanity. His parents were involved with Habitat for Humanity when he was a child and he recalls being on build sites when he was fairly young.

His first solo Habitat project was when he was a junior in high school. His Eagle Scout project was to landscape five Habitat homes being built in Bowling Green, KY. He provided and installed mulch, shrubs, seeding grass, straw and a tree for each home, worked with local affiliate to raise funds for the project and also solicited in-kind gifts from a local nursery.

During college at UK and upon returning to Lexington, Chris volunteered with several organizations. When he met Lexington Habitat CEO Rachel Childress, he asked her how he could become a part of Lexington Habitat and Rachel recommended Lexington Habitat's Ambassador Program. Ambassadors serve as liaisons between Lexington Habitat and the Lexington community to promote Lexington Habitat's mission to donors, volunteers, partner families, and others. Chris immediately joined.

Unique Lexington Habitat for Humanity Program Addresses Aging in Place, Safety, Health, Energy Efficiency and More for Lexington Homeowners

Lexington, Ky. (September 9, 2016) – On Saturday, September 10 from 9am-3pm more than 30 Lexington Habitat for Humanity volunteers will be working alongside three low-income Fayette County homeowners to make much needed repairs to their homes. As part of Lexington Habitat for Humanity’s Love Your Neighborhood Program,

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