By Susan Korgul
For years, Habitat for Humanity has been a part of a global non profit housing organization. Ensuring the working poor and single parents can provide homes for their children and families.
Patrice Phillips, chair for Habitat for Humanity Seminole-Apopka Women Build Fundraiser, was able to come in and shed light on the projects the organization does for the community, how to get involved in volunteering, as well as seeing if you register to be able to get a home mortgage from them. As the owner of Something Fishy Seafood Restaurant, Patrice is doing her part for the organization by helping raise awareness through her establishment. On the restaurants 2nd anniversary block party, donations will be accepted and 10% of proceeds of the day will be going to Habitat For Humanity.
The block party will be taking place on February 24th, 2017 at Something Fishy, located on 2107 E. Semoran Blvd., Apopka, FL 32703. To get more info and check out their amazing and delicious menu, you can click here.