Corporate & In-Kind Donations

Partner with Hancock County Habitat for Humanity:

Hancock County Habitat for Humanity invites you to join us as we work in partnership with people in need, helping them to secure decent, affordable shelter.  All of our partners are vital to our mission, and we are grateful to each one for their unique contributions.

We are excited to launch new naming, promotional and team-building opportunities for corporate and community group donors from 1/3-off donations all the way up to whole-house sponsorship contributions.  Please consider partnering with us on our current project through a donation of in-kind goods or materials.  For a list of how we promote our partners, including at our ReStore which has annual foot traffic of over 8,000, please click here.hello-my-name-is-supporter-tag

Scroll down to learn more about our local business partners as well as corporate sponsors (gifts-in-kind) who donate materials through our parent organization, Habitat for Humanity International (HFHI).

In addition to corporate and business sponsors making direct contributions of material and labor to our builds, supporters may also donate building materials, furniture, and/or appliances to our ReStore, which sells reusable and surplus items to the public (at 40-70% off retail prices) with the proceeds funding our mission.  For more information, please visit our ReStore page.

 

Local Business Partners:

HOUSE #18 – Sponsors & In-Kind Donors – click to view larger:

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GRANT ANNOUNCEMENT: 

December 2013 – Hancock County Habitat for Humanity is pleased to announce that it is a recipient of a generous $5,000 grant to provide building materials for our new home construction as part of MSB’s 9th Annual Community Development Grant awards.  Recipients were selected based on their ability to leverage funds for projects or services which: create or retain jobs, revitalize communities within our service area, and/or help to provide affordable housing or other programs designed to assist low-to-moderate income individuals and/or families.  (Former Executive Director, Jimmy Goodson, receives the contribution check.)

Machias Savings Bank Grant 2013.12

HOUSE #17 – In-Kind Donors and Partners:
Bangor Winsupply Company
Eagle Metal
EHL Design
Frank Webb’s Bath Center
Gary Taylor Electric
JWG Jr. (JOhn W. Goodwin, Jr.)
Leviton
Maine Septic & Pumping
MDI High School
Pensotti North America
Prism Medical
Randy Sprague Heating & Plumbing
Schneider Electric
Sumner Memorial High School
The Jackson Laboratory
Viking, Inc.

 

HOUSE #16 – Complete Donations:
Merchants Auto – road regarding
Merchants Garage – snowplowing
GT Outhouses- site toilet
Winkumpaugh Line Construction – overhead electrical
Taylor Electric (Gary Taylor) – complete electrical
Doug’s Plumbing & Heating (Alfred Rodick) – complete plumbing & heating system install
Dennis J. King Masonry, Inc. – chimney
Gatcomb Building – drywall install
Harold McQuinn, Inc. – driveway and sidewalk gravel
Eagle Metal Products – truss plates
Eastern Surveying Co/Ed Pare – property survey

Partial Donations / Discounted Materials & Services:
Richard Tracy – site work and septic system
Maine Septic – field line system
American Concrete Inc. – septic tank
P.L. Jones – well drilling
Champion Concrete – concrete foundation site work
Sargent Materials – concrete
SKR Distributors – vinyl, window and door package Viking Lumber
EBS Building Supply
Gilman Electric
Hilts Landscape
F. W. Webb Company
No Frills Oil

Grants:
The Home Depot – kitchen
Machias Savings Bank – component materials

Professional Services:
EHL Design, Ted Lameyer, architectural design
Peter Crane, site engineering
Ed Pare, Eastern Surveying Co, property survey Richard C. Cleary, Attorney

 

Gifts-In-Kind Corporate Sponsors through HFHI: