Two representatives from Habitat for Humanity of Cape Cod will be in Washington D.C. from February 6th to 9th to join hundreds of other housing advocates at the Habitat for Humanity’s annual legislative conference, Habitat on the Hill.
Habitat representatives from around the nation will meet with Congressional leaders to draw attention to and discuss actionable solutions to housing affordability challenges faced by rural, suburban, and urban communities across the nation.
Bob Ryley, Director of Construction, and Beth Hardy Wade, Director of Land Acquisition & Project Development will represent Habitat Cape Cod at the annual Habitat on the Hill Event.
Hardy Wade was invited by Habitat International to participate with David Terry, President of the National Association of State Energy Officials, and Krista Eggers, Vice President of Enterprise Community Partners on the Federal Hot Topic panel regarding the Inflation Reduction Act and possible new funding opportunities for Habitat’s energy equity work.
Habitat for Humanity of Cape Cod is an award-winning leader developer of energy efficient, solar equipped, Affordable homes.
Habitat for Humanity of Cape Cod currently has 15 homes under construction and has developed over 170 affordable homes on Cape Cod in the past 35 years. Local families help build their own homes alongside volunteers, purchase their home, and pay an affordable mortgage. Habitat homes are deed restricted to remain affordable in perpetuity.