…Announcing the reopening of our homeowner application process for our current build in Franklin. We are looking forward to the opportunity to select and work with a new partner for this project–allowing them to begin an exciting new chapter in their life.
If you know of an individual or a family who may be interested in applying, we encourage you to point them to our Programs & Assistance – Apply for the Program page of our website where more information on the application and qualifications.
Application packets can be picked up at our ReStore (see hours above*) or be requested via phone or email using the contact information provided in the graphic above. (Please note that April 4th, we’ll be switching from our ReStore winter hours, adding back on Wednesdays during normal hours.)
As always, we appreciate the community’s past and continued support of our mission.
Donations may be sent to the PO Box shown below (at the bottom of each page of our website) or through our secure PayPal “donate” button (top right). Stock donation instructions may be found by clicking here.
IMMEDIATE P/T, YEAR-ROUND OPENING – ReStore Donation Pick-up Driver
For details, visit: http://hancockcountyhabitat.org/employment-opportunities
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED – COME JOIN US!
WE’RE LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS to work with us on Fridays and Saturdays on our current build in Franklin. (We’re on a brief volunteer hiatus through mid-February to allow for professionals to help get us under-roof.) Please email Director.HCHH@gmail.com if you’re interested in coming out as an individual or group. Also, we’re looking to develop a group of volunteer “regulars”–those who’d like to volunteer 2 or more Fridays a month on a regular basis.
Typical work days are from 9:30AM to 3PM. (Fridays may be 1/2 days, T.B.D. on a week by week basis, in order to allow our PT Construction Manager some planning time.) In order to be sure that we have enough materials and tasks, we ask that you R.S.V.P. and receive a confirmation before coming out.
Please enjoy the photo collage shown above which features a few site progress pictures from earlier in the summer (more on Facebook) as well as some from MDI HS. Sailor and boat builder, Steve Keblinsky (pictured sitting at the picnic table), who joined the MDI staff to teach a marine service technology course, also co-taught this year’s Habitat course with Wilton Jones at the school.
You don’t have to lift a hammer to help! Please join us in supporting our mission!
Thank you to all of our annual Swing for Habitat Golf Tournament participants and supporters! Please consider supporting these businesses with your patronage.