Posted on Jul 25, 2018
HEART of Taos offers a new co-living opportunity at HEART House specifically designed for single women experiencing or facing imminent involuntary homelessness and who need a transitional place to live for up to 6 months. Residents of HEART House will experience safe, stable, private, and supportive housing in a community setting while re-establishing income and housing. As children and pets are also residents of HEART House, a fun, safe place was needed for the children to play.
The Rotary Club of Angel Fire teamed up with the United Church of Angel Fire to fund and build a playground for HEART House. Despite poor instructions and old muscles, more than a dozen Rotary and Church volunteers managed to build the playground in two days. The playground was completed on July 20, 2018. Thanks to all who participated in this wonderful project of "Devine Love in Action" and "Service Above Self".