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A Mother and Daughter Gain a Home in Rockingham County

By Ann Fish This article originally appeared in the Greensboro News & Record on April 16, 2017 REIDSVILLE — Her whole life, 3-year-old Azaleigh Nance had shared a bedroom with her mom at her grandparents’ house. But three… Read More

10th Habitat Home Dedicated in Stokes County

By Amanda Dodson – adodson@thestokesnews.com This story was adapted from an article that originally ran in The Stokes News on August 29th, 2018 Habitat for Humanity of Stokes held a dedication ceremony on Thursday afternoon for new homeowners… Read More

Tears of Gratitude for Family in Carteret County

By Cheryl Burke This story was adapted from an article that was originally published in the Carteret County News-Times on May 7, 2016. Newport— A single mother of five is now the official owner of a Crystal Coast… Read More

A Community Builds a Home for a Flooded-Out Family in Beaufort County

“It’s not just one person or a small group of people that builds a house,” said Feryl Masters, President of the board of directors for Habitat for Humanity of Beaufort County. “A community builds a house.” The Ivey… Read More

The American Dream Has Found a Home in Alamance County

More than twenty years ago, when Wokie Tayn immigrated with her husband to the United States from Liberia, West Africa, she did so in search of the “American Dream” that most of those who emigrate from their native… Read More

Habitat for Humanity Dedicates Home in Nash County

Adapted from a story by Amanda Clark, originally printed in The Nashville Graphic on January 2, 2019 Mary Parker started the New Year off with keys to her new home.             Parker’s home was the first to be… Read More

The Served Become Servants in Orange County

Gerardo and Ilail Tengono were living in Colombia, but their two children and three grandkids were residing in the United States. With a strong desire to be closer to their family, they decided to uproot their lives and… Read More

From a Camper to a Home in Jackson County

Above, Pictured in front of the Savages’ new home, L to R: Jim Schwalm, Senior Vice President, Sylva Branch, SECU; Pastor Lester Hardesty; Chris Brogan, Harrah’s; Landy Savage; John Savage; Danny Savage; and Greg Kirkpatrick, Executive Director, Habitat… Read More

Camp Habitat 2019 Recap

Camp Habitat 2019: Expanding Our Reach has come and gone, and it feels like a bit of a whirlwind now! As with any big event, after months and months of planning, you blink and it’s over. Before we… Read More

Homeowners “for real” in Pasquotank County

By Chris Day  This article is adapted from a story that originally appeared in The Daily Advance on Monday, March 4, 2019. It’s official: The Cowells now own a piece of the American Dream. “We’re homeowners for real,… Read More