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GoggleWorks & Habitat for Humanity of Berks County Announce Partnership

by GoggleWorks Center for the Arts

Oct 22, 2019

Art Center to become home for Habitat’s offices and woodshop operations

READING, PA – GoggleWorks Center for the Arts (GoggleWorks), one of the country’s largest interactive art centers, announced today that it will welcome Habitat for Humanity of Berks County (Habitat) to its campus, located in downtown Reading, Pennsylvania.

“We are thrilled to be moving our affiliate offices to GoggleWorks. This move will allow Habitat for Humanity to better create new and exciting partnerships to deliver on our promise to the community. Each neighborhood’s challenges and aspirations are different; this partnership will allow us to create solutions as unique as the neighborhoods themselves,” said Tim Daley, Habitat’s Executive Director.

“I am so impressed and inspired by the work of Habitat for Humanity here in Berks,” said Levi Landis, Executive Director of GoggleWorks. “Tim Daley and I have been looking for impactful ways to partner since I arrived in 2016.”

The partnership will include relocating the local affiliate’s Reading offices to the third floor of GoggleWorks. “I’m excited that in addition to housing their offices, we can share GoggleWorks’ world-class woodshop to benefit Habitat’s work in building houses and spreading hope. It’s an ideal opportunity to support our respective missions,” Landis said.

Habitat’s new offices are located in GoggleWorks’ Suites 329 and 330 as of October 18th 2019.

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