This Week at Holston Habitat 9/1/14

Fall House Projects

Holston Habitat for Humanity is anticipating a busy fall building season with house projects planned for Kingsport, Bristol, Johnson City, Elizabethton and even Roan Mountain!  Projects are already underway in Kingsport and Bristol!  If you or someone you know would like to learn more about how you can gen involved in one of these exciting project please visit our ‘Current Builds’ page for more information or contact the Holston Habitat for Humanity office at 423-239-7689.

Building Tennessee

Did you know that Habitat for Humanity has been active in the state of Tennessee for over 35 years?  In this time, Habitat’s presence has grown to include 51 affiliates serving 63 counties.  As a state we are excited to announce that on Veterans Day, Habitat for Humanity will dedicate the 4,000th home built in the state of Tennessee with host affiliate Habitat for Humanity of Williamson and Maury Counties.

This Week at Holston Habitat 8/25/14

Habitat Night at Cardinal Park

Holston Habitat for Humanity is excited to once again be the featured non-profit at an upcoming Johnson City Cardinals baseball game.  Join us at Cardinal Park in Johnson City this Friday, August 29 at 7:00 p.m. as the Cardinals square off against the Greeneville Astros.  An informational tent will be set up at the entrance to the stadium and a 50/50 raffle will be hosted by Habitat.  As part of the ball club’s promotional “For Our Fans Night”, admission to the game is FREE and the first 1,000 attendees will receive a voucher for a FREE hotdog, bag of chips and drink!  So come on out to the ball game and support Holston Habitat for Humanity as we root, root, root for the home team!

 Elizabethton Recycled House Project

Holston Habitat for Humanity is excited to announce an upcoming 4-bedroom, recycled house project in Elizabethton for the family of Amanda Chappell!  The project located at 108 Hartsell Drive is expected to begin in mid September with labor provided by community volunteers.  Financial contributions, gift-in-kind labor, donated refreshments and other contributions to the project are all welcomed!  If you, your organization or your business would like to support this project with volunteer labor or other contributions please contact the Holston Habitat for Humanity office at 423-239-7689.

Office Closing

The Holston Habitat for Humanity office will be closed on Monday, September 1 for Labor Day.  The office will reopen on at 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, September 2.

This Week at Holston Habitat 8/18/14

Join Us At The Fair!

Don’t forget to visit the Holston Habitat for Humanity booth this week at the Appalachian Fair!  Our display (located in Commercial Building 4) is sure to bring out the kid in everyone!  Holston Habitat for Humanity volunteers and staff will be available to help you travel over the rainbow and discover why “There’s No Place Like Home”!

Bristol Community Build

This fall, Holston Habitat for Humanity will be partnering with Randy and Terry Stamey on the construction of a new 2 bedroom home in Bristol, Tennessee.  The home will be built at 1424 5th Street with construction scheduled to begin in late August.  Volunteers from across the community are welcome to participate.  If you would like to volunteer on this project e-mail Volunteer Coordinator Louise Allen at rlallen04@gmail.com or contact Volunteer Coordinator Amy King at 276-791-2039.