TULSA, Okla. - Habitat for Humanity is heading into Tulsa’s historic Crutchfield neighborhood but volunteers aren't there to build homes.
Hundreds of volunteers will actually be taking part in a massive revitalization project.
Habitat for Humanity is partnering with Hilti for "A Brush with Kindness," a new program serving Tulsa-area homeowners.
The program is designed to help low-income families maintain their homes through projects like home improvements and repairs.
“These projects help homeowners preserve their overall home exteriors while revitalizing the already-established neighborhood. In the end, the work of ABWK helps families live in safe and well-maintained homes and supports the preservation of affordable housing inventory.” said Paul Kent, Executive Director, Tulsa Habitat for Humanity.
The revitalization project is scheduled for May 2 through 5.
Habitat for Humanity is hoping for 500 volunteers a day. To sign up, go to www.tulsahabitat.org.