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Camp Habitat 2016: Lake Junaluska
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Scotland County and Habitat have a new homeowner, Lugretta Pate

Here Scotland County Habitat affiliate leaders, Chris Carpenter (L), Executive Director, and Jim Hunt (R), Board President, present her with the keys. continue reading

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News & Events

Habitat for Humanity named ‘Brand of the Year’ in Social Services Nonprofit category based on the 2016 Harris Poll EquiTrend® Study

Habitat is also recognized as the highest ranked brand in “Trust” and “Love” within the social services nonprofit category ATLANTA (April 20, 2016) – Habitat for Humanity has been named “Brand of the Year” in the social services nonprofit category based on the 2016 Harris Poll EquiTrend® Equity Score. This is the second consecutive year the global … Continue reading Habitat for Humanity named ‘Brand of the Year’ in Social Services Nonprofit category based on the 2016 Harris Poll EquiTrend® Study »

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Unique Group of Volunteers Come From Across the Country to Work With Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity

Asheville, NC (April 8, 2016) – Next week, 14 individuals will pack their bags with work clothes and boots and travel to Asheville to build houses for families whom they have never met. While tourism in Asheville is growing, the city is also quickly becoming a hot volunteer destination. After four weeks of hosting Collegiate … Continue reading Unique Group of Volunteers Come From Across the Country to Work With Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity »

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SECU Challenge

The SECU Foundation and Habitat for Humanity® of North Carolina (HHNC) have signed a formal Memorandum of Agreement for a new joint initiative to expand affordable housing across North Carolina – the SECU Habitat Challenge. SECU Foundation’s Challenge will provide a significant investment of $10 million over a three year period for HHNC to build one new or renovated Habitat home in each of the State’s 100 counties.

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