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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

FAHFH Girls Nite Out

Affirming FAHFH’s mission of “Showing God’s love by bringing people together to build homes, communities and hope” at the Habitat for Humanity and Lowes Girls Night Out event to kick off Habitat Women Build week. They raised the walls of a Habitat home right there in the Lowes parking lot!

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11th Women Build House in County Being Built in Shiloh~Asheville NC May 18, 2016

Construction has begun on the 11th house in Buncombe County to be sponsored and built by Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity’s Women Build program. Women Build offers an opportunity for women to become a part of the solution to a worldwide housing crisis. Construction officially started last Friday with a wall raising celebration. A group … Continue reading 11th Women Build House in County Being Built in Shiloh~Asheville NC May 18, 2016 »

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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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