Happy MLK Day from Habitat Dekalb!

Habitat for Humanity is propelled by a vision of a world where everyone has a decent place to live. We devote ourselves to creating that world because we believe everyone — every single one of us, regardless of who we are or where we come from — deserves a decent life and deserves the opportunity…

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Sharing Holiday Traditions

In the spirit of the holiday season, we wanted to share some traditions that some of us have during this time of year. We’d love to hear what yours are in the comments below 👇👇👇 Jasmine, Office Manager “My family gets together each year to make gingerbread houses and compete on who build the best…

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Habitat Dekalb appreciates you!

Dear Friend, On behalf of Habitat for Humanity DeKalb, I greet you with warm thoughts and words of gratitude this holiday season. Whether you are a donor, a volunteer, a homeowner, a partner, a neighbor, a community member, or a friend, Habitat for Humanity DeKalb appreciates you! Many partner families have shared that one of…

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‘My family needed your help … and you gave’

How Habitat for Humanity makes a difference – close to home and faraway. by Mark Waligore, Board President When we think of Habitat for Humanity, we sometimes forget about the organization’s global mission. Yes, our fundamental purpose at Habitat for Humanity – DeKalb is to provide a helping hand to those close to home. But…

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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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The real work begins (Day 4 – Global Village Trip)

At 8 o’clock Monday morning, as most of metro Atlanta was still asleep (after all, it was only 2 a.m. back home), a small bus filled with Global Village volunteers bounced along the narrow roads winding their way through the Polish countryside. Gone were the tall buildings, the cosmopolitan restaurants and, as we learned during…

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