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Kalamazoo Valley Habitat
1126 Gull Road
Kalamazoo Valley Habitat for Humanity offers a hand up, not a hand out, to low-income families who seek affordable homeownership. We build simple, decent, affordable homes in partnership with our home buyer families and thousands of volunteers. We sell th
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Habitat Nicaragua | About Us | Kalamazoo Valley Habitat for Humanity
www.habitatkalamazoo.org, 29 Feb 2016 [cached]
To learn more, contact Global Village Team Leader Ann Kilkuskie, (269) 344-2443, ext. 206 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, contact Ann ...
www.habitatkalamazoo.org, 1 May 2015 [cached]
For more information, contact Ann Kilkuskie, Global Village Trip team leader, (269)344-2443, ext. 206 or email@example.com.
ATO Roadshow: Multimedia Archive
www.atoroadshow.org, $reference.date [cached]
"They showed a lot of enthusiasm and this event helped raise the visibility of Habitat for Humanity's mission to create affordable housing," said Ann Kilkuskie, development coordinator for the Kalamazoo Valley Habitat for Humanity.
Ann Kilkuskie - Reader ...
www.battlecreekenquirer.com, 25 June 2008 [cached]
Ann Kilkuskie - Reader Submitted - June 25, 2008
...Ann Kilkuskie, development coordinator of Kalamazoo Valley Habitat for Humanity, thanked the group for joining the ranks of the 1,500 volunteers who work with Habitat each year.
The annual service project supports home buyer families in Battle Creek
and Kalamazoo. (Ann Kilkuskie)
The Western Herald - Fraternity brothers defy winter temperatures to aid homeless
www.westernherald.com, 6 Jan 2004 [cached]
According to Ann Kilkuskie, development coordinator for the Kalamazoo Valley Habitat for Humanity, ATO is showing a lot of enthusiasm about the camp out, which she said will help raise the visibility of Habitat for Humanity's mission to create affordable housing.
"I think they are really intending on using this project as a model that other chapters of their fraternity around the country can use as well," she
said the WMU Centennial Committee
made a commitment to raise $20,000 to fund a portion of the construction of the habitat build at 617 Pioneer St., which WMU students are participating in building as part of the university's centennial celebration.She
fundraising efforts should help the university meet that goal.