Cape Symphony and Conservatory to Volunteer for Habitat for Humanity Build Project

MARSTONS MILLS – A Habitat for Humanity build project in Marstons Mills will get help from volunteer staff from the Cape Symphony & Conservatory later this month.

“We’re excited to take part in this project. Our mission is to ‘Inspire Joy’ through the Arts and we believe there couldn’t be anything more joyous than helping someone have a safe and affordable place to live,” Cape Symphony & Conservatory CEO Linda Mawhinney.

Twelve individuals from the organization have volunteered to team up with Habitat for Humanity of Cape Cod to help shingle homes being built by the non-profit organization.

The homes are located on Dickinson Drive in Marstons Mills. The build project is scheduled for Tuesday, September 25 with Cape Symphony & Conservatory staff on-site from 8:00 a.m. until noon.

“We are thrilled that the artists and staff of the Symphony & Conservatory have chosen to give their time to a Habitat work site, to contribute to building better lives and a more vibrant and healthy community,” said Habitat for Humanity of Cape Cod Executive Director Victoria Goldsmith. 

“We know that they are used to working harmoniously, so we expect them to be awesome volunteers. Every hand makes a difference.”

Habitat for Humanity of Cape Cod invites people of all backgrounds to build homes alongside their future owners. The organization has developed 135 homes in all 15 towns on the Cape.

By TIM DUNN, News Center

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