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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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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Your guide to the child tax credit

National child tax credit

If you have children and your income is below a certain level, you will get money starting in July for every child you have under 18. Then you’ll get the same amounts around the same time every month for the rest of the year. Sounds simple, right? But as with anything involving taxes, there’s much…

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A new home is stability & a safe place to play

Build with us

The last year has presented some challenges for all of us to varying degrees. At Habitat for Humanity – DeKalb, we are in the business of building strength, stability and self-reliance through shelter. Last year was one for the most uncertain in our over 30-year history. We kept the projects going with hard work, determination,…

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