NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. -- Habitat For Humanity is helping people rise up from the horrors of Sept. 11.
Habitat, as part of its annual 9/11 Build-A-Thon was gifted two pieces of art from Larchmont resident Paolo Corvino.
The work is made out of structural steel salvaged from the World Trade Center after 9/11. These pieces of work are on display at Habitat for Humanity of Westchester ReStore at 659 Main St. in New Rochelle throughout the fall as part of Habitat’s Art Fest Exhibit.
“On 9-11 the world was changed forever. On this September 11, the 15th anniversary, come out and change the world," Jim Killoran, CEO, said.
More than 600 volunteers from all faiths and backgrounds are joining Habitat from Sept. 7 through Sept. 17 for two weeks of service remembering 9-11.
For more information, visit www.habitatwc.org
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