Volunteer Day With Habitat for Humanity


Attorneys from Cohen and Wolf, P.C. volunteered for the day with Habitat for Humanity of Coastal Fairfield.  Pictured left to right: Paul Arce, Joseph Szerejko, Alex Copp, Joshua Pedreira, Joe Walsh, Rio Gonzalez, Robyn Drucker, and Cohen and Wolf's summer associates, Maegan Faitsch and Dayna Chucta. Thanks for making a difference.

Habitat for Humanity of Coastal Fairfield County builds communities and improves lives by eliminating substandard housing and creating home ownership possibilities for families of low income. Habitat CFC has a proud 32-year history and well-earned reputation for success throughout the region. We are a developer with a commitment to “green” construction, a family service agency, non-profit financial institution, community advocate and provider of over 8,000 volunteer opportunities each year. Habitat CFC transforms abandoned properties into homes for tax-paying, contributing community members. Since 1985 Habitat CFC has built over 200 homes and has helped over 1,000 family members in Fairfield County.


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