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Asheville Area Habitat receives $160,000 grant from Wells Fargo
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Ariane Kjellquist, Communications Director         Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity 828.210.9362 | akjellquist@ashevillehabitat.org   Josh Dunn, Corporate Communications Consultant     Wells Fargo & Company 704-374-4835 | josh.dunn@wellsfargo.com Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity receives $160,000 grant from Wells Fargo Housing Foundation to support neighborhood project  Grant part of $6M … Continue reading Asheville Area Habitat receives $160,000 grant from Wells Fargo »

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ReStore Fayetteville
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For immediate release Contact: Greg Kirkpatrick, President & Executive Director, Habitat for Humanity of North Carolina 919-622-8470 gkirkpatrick@habitatnc.org  Habitat for Humanity ReStores across North Carolina will donate all or a portion of their proceeds from sales on November 17th to help rebuild the 93 Fayetteville Habitat homes that sustained severe damage last month in the … Continue reading ReStore Fayetteville »

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The Women Roofers of Rutherford County
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Women Roofers complete their 100th roof in Spindale in Rutherford County. The house is part of the SECU Mountains to the Sea Challenge, Left to right, front row: Beth Archer, Jane Alexander Bell, Lori Herrick, Caroline Blanton, Lynn Blanton; second row: Emily Moose, Jennifer Moose Moore, Susie Kernodle, Myra King, Beth Stover, Terry Honeycut; back … Continue reading The Women Roofers of Rutherford County »

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Damage from Hurricane Matthew- Fayetteville Area Habitat for Humanity (FAHFH)
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 13, 2016 CONTACT: Ruthie Dent VP of Marketing and Special Events 910.483.0952 ruthie@fayettevillenchabitat.org Monetary Donations and Volunteers Needed to Rebuild Habitat Village 95 homes affected in the wake of Hurricane Matthew; 66 in desperate need FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (October 13, 2016) Fayetteville Area Habitat for Humanity (FAHFH) is in need of donations … Continue reading Damage from Hurricane Matthew- Fayetteville Area Habitat for Humanity (FAHFH) »

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Two NC Habitat Affiliates Recognized for LEED Building
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U.S. Green Building Council Announces 2015 LEED Homes Award Winners The recipients of the LEED Homes Awards for 2015 have been announced. Annual recognition highlights projects, developers and builders leading the residential market in sustainable development. Washington, D.C.—(June 28, 2016)—Today, USGBC announced the recipients of its annual LEED Homes Awards, which recognizes projects, architects, developers … Continue reading Two NC Habitat Affiliates Recognized for LEED Building »

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A. R. Chesson Construction Partnering with Chowan-Perquimans Habitat for Humanity
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  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: A. R. Chesson Construction Volunteers with Local Habitat for Humanity Chapter   Over twenty A. R. Chesson Construction Company employees are scheduled to volunteer at the latest home construction site for Chowan-Perquimans Habitat for Humanity. The approximately 1,400 square foot house will be built at 196 Old Hertford Rd in Edenton, … Continue reading A. R. Chesson Construction Partnering with Chowan-Perquimans Habitat for Humanity »

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FAHFH Hosts Bladen County Groundbreaking to Kickoff First Phase of SECU Challenge
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Fayetteville Area Habitat for Humanity (FAHFH) will kick off the construction of a home in Bladen County with a groundbreaking ceremony on August 12. The Bladen County home marks the first phase of FAHFH’s commitment to build one additional home in both Bladen and Sampson counties thanks to funds from the State Employees’ Credit Union (SECU) Foundation.

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Buncombe part of statewide Habitat campaign
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Mountains to the Sea Challenge promises a home in each North Carolina County   Publix associates and Habitat for Humanity raise the walls on a new home. Habitat for Humanity of North Carolina is set to build a home in each of the state’s counties with Buncombe being no exception. The nonprofit’s ambitious “State Employees Credit … Continue reading Buncombe part of statewide Habitat campaign »

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Habitat for Humanity of North Carolina receives generous $450,000 grant from Oak Foundation
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Habitat for Humanity of North Carolina’s ambitious “SECU Habitat Mountain to the Sea Challenge”—to build a home in each of North Carolina’s 100 counties—has gotten a major boost with a $450,000 grant from Oak Foundation. The grant will cover most of the administrative costs associated with the oversight of HHNC’s $10 million partnership with the … Continue reading Habitat for Humanity of North Carolina receives generous $450,000 grant from Oak Foundation »

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FAHFH Girls Nite Out
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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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