Repairs enable you to serve more people and allow you to be more relevant when working in neighborhoods that may have needs other than new housing. A repair program also increases opportunities for volunteer engagement during the slow times and expands a base of donors and partners. Repairs help revitalize the condition and appearance of the neighborhood, strengthen connections within the community, and help preserve affordable housing stock.
Take the mystery out of repair and working with older adults and discover how your affiliate can build capacity utilizing repair and AIP.
Carol Gregory, HFHI
Carol developed a passion for the mission of Habitat for Humanity over 30 years ago at her local Habitat affiliate. She is now in her 32nd year with HFHI and has served in various roles from Executive Director in Americus to GA State Coordinator to Regional Training Manager. Carol is currently an Aging In Place Consultant within Neighborhood Revitalization and enjoys working with affiliate in both areas of Habitat’s work. She is proficient in other areas of non-profit management especially board development and strategic planning.
Carol holds both a BA and MA in education and has a certificate in non-profit management from the Georgia Center for Non Profits and from Duke University continuing education. She earned a certificate in fund-raising from Indiana University’s School of Philanthropy in 2006. Carol is a certified Technology of Participation trainer.