Tuesday, August 22nd, 2017

Malta House residents offer skills to community

Posted: Sunday, February 6, 2011

The Malta House Emergency Boarding House, a faith based shelter for homeless men in Huntington County and the surrounding areas, has residents that are available to work in the community. Those living at Malta House have a variety of skills and are willing to work for pay or as volunteers.

The Malta House is directed by Pastor Kellie Herber and residents must be 18 years of age, have a valid picture ID, and agree to a background check. Those living in the Malta House are subject to the rules and procedures set up for the house and are expected to be involved in the basic care and upkeep of the Malta House. Residents must attend Chapel services and other pertinent classes. They are also expected to seek work and offer their skills to the community. Construction, remodeling, electrical, plumbing, painting, cleaning, and more are just a few of the skills that are offered by Malta House residents. If interested in hiring Malta House residents, please call 358-9380.

The Malta House is located at 505 S. Jefferson Street. The Malta House Thrift Store is located in downtown Huntington at 515 N. Jefferson Street and helps to support the emergency boarding house. Donations of good used clothing and shoes, furniture, appliances, and household items are always welcome.