Habitat for Humanity Arizona completes homes with Havasupai Tribe

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By AZ Business Magazine

Habitat for Humanity Affiliates from across Arizona have successfully completed two new homes in collaboration with the Havasupai Tribe located in Supai Village, situated deep within Havasu Canyon in the southwestern portion of the Grand Canyon. 

This unprecedented collaboration signified a shared commitment from Habitat for Humanity staff and volunteers to working alongside the resilient people of the Havasupai Tribe to build two homes at the bottom of the Grand Canyon.

“We are so pleased of how our teams from across Arizona came together to build these homes, and we are excited to see first-hand the positive impact they will have on the Havasupai Tribe,” said Habitat Central Arizona’s President & CEO, Jason Barlow. “This project aligns with our mission of building a better future and stronger communities for all Arizonans.”

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