Cars for Homes: Thank you Anne!

Donate cars for HFHD

We love a good story! And they don’t just come from the families we serve. This one comes from a recent “Cars for Homes” program donation. If you’re not familiar with the program, here’s how it works. You donate a car, and after the car is either sold at a wholesale auction or sent to…

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One Million Black Women/Goldman Sachs Grant Recipient

Sharon Steele

We are thrilled to receive a Black Women Impact Grant from Goldman Sachs One Million Black Women. Launched in partnership with Black women-led organizations, the One Million Black Women initiative, is the largest commitment of its kind in size and scope to drive investment in housing; healthcare; access to capital; education; job creation and workforce…

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Memorial Day Celebration – Meet Mr. Edward

What happens when Memorial Day weekend, National Home Improvement Month, and the ongoing need to help our DeKalb County veterans all converge? We keep doing what we do every weekend! Repairing homes so that veterans (and seniors) can age in place safely. This weekend especially, we honor and remember those who have served on behalf…

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Where We Are & What’s Next For Us

Volunteerism

We are so excited to see spring weather and hope you are, too. For us that means even more volunteers on our active repair projects that help veterans and seniors here in DeKalb County.Thank you for your continued support. Here is an update on Habitat for Humanity DeKalb – where we are and what’s next…

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April is National Volunteer Month

Volunteerism

This month, we salute the 300 individuals and 18 groups that have volunteered with us for their unwavering service to Habitat for Humanity-DeKalb. They are instrumental in achieving our mission of providing safe, decent, affordable housing in DeKalb County. We celebrate our volunteers every day and especially during National Volunteer Month. The impact volunteers have…

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Retirement, a safe home, and time to make a difference

Time to make a difference

It is inspiring to see a senior home repair project be a group event. Impressive things can happen when people and organizations come together. This happened for a deserving retiree from the United States Postal Service recently. Eight volunteers from Truist and our construction team – mostly volunteers themselves – completed many home repair projects…

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Lending hands and hearts to keep seniors at home safely

Lending hands and hearts

Another successful home repair project is underway at Habitat DeKalb for deserving senior, Ms. Debbie of DeKalb County. The construction team, aided by dedicated volunteers, have accomplished many of the repairs included in the project with more planned for the near future. Debbie’s home repair project was made possible through a grant provided by Wells…

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Giving locally and globally

 We recently heard from Steve Cook, the newest member of the Tithe team at Habitat for Humanity International. He’s new to the Tithe team but has spent several years supporting Habitat donors and tithers in the national office of Guatemala. Steve called Sharon Steele, Executive Director, to say thank for supporting the Global Mission Fund.…

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