March 2024: Nuts & Bolts Newsletter

Hey Family, As we wave goodbye to February and welcome March, it’s a clear indication that the delightful season of spring is almost upon us. This eagerly awaited time of warmth and rejuvenation often sparks our imagination, filling our minds with thoughts of vibrant plans. Are you ready to seize all the fantastic opportunities that…

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The Home Depot Foundation Donates $110,000 Grant to Habitat for Humanity DeKalb for Veterans’ Home Repairs

DeKalb, Feb 29 – Habitat for Humanity DeKalb is pleased to announce a significant contribution from The Home Depot Foundation, aimed at supporting veterans in need within our community. The Home Depot Foundation has generously granted $110,000 to facilitate essential home repairs for veterans, ensuring they have safe and stable living environments. “We are immensely…

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Build a Home with Love & Blessings When You Sponsor a Stud

Join us for Sponsor a Stud Day on Saturday, March 16th We’re excited for the building of a house for Ms. Tekisha this year! This project is far from ordinary, it carries a profound meaning and we’re inviting you to participate. By donating a modest sum of $5 now through March 15th, you can seize…

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Quarterly Impact Report: Oct 2023- Dec 2023

Support Our Home Repair Program Please visit dekalbhabitat.org/donate to give to our seniors in need. How about becoming a part of our family by joining the Carpenter Club monthly donor program? As a Carpenter Club member, you become a crucial pillar for Habitat for Humanity DeKalb’s donor program. Your monthly contributions help us maintain a…

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State Farm awards Habitat DeKalb with the Neighborhood Revitalization Grant for historical Peters Park

State Farm’s Neighborhood Revitalization Grant helps local Habitat affiliates engage in the neighborhoods where they build, partnering with residents, young people and other stakeholders to invest in resident-led, equitable projects and advocacy initiatives that improve quality of life. With the funding this year, Habitat DeKalb will be helping the Peters Park Historical Community create a…

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Mrs. Jacqueline: A Lasting Legacy of Community and Hope

Jacqueline is one of the trailblazers of the Lynwood Park community and is carrying out the legacy of her late parents Bishop Cornelius and Margaret. They migrated to Lynwood Park, one the oldest Black communities in Georgia, in the late 1940s with the dream to build a home of their own and raise their family of…

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Need plumbing repairs? DeKalb County has a solution for you!

What is the DeKalb Cares Water Repair Program? A county-operated service that provides no-cost plumbing to low-income residents who reside inside DeKalb County.  The program is operated by the county’s Community Development Department and operates on a yearly cycle. The county is currently accepting applications for the program. The application deadline is Dec. 31, 2023. In order…

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Meet Mr. William

William is happy living in Dekalb County.  William was born in January of 1951, in St. Louis, MO as the youngest of four children.  He was educated in the public school system of East. St. Louis and was a graduate of Lincoln High School where he was a good student.  William went on to attend…

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