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 or contact Volunteer Coordinator Amy King at 276-791-2039.

This Week at Holston Habitat 8/11/14

“There’s No Place Like Home”

Holston Habitat for Humanity is excited to be participating in the “There’s No Place Like Home” campaign.  This campaign aims to raise awareness about the need for decent and affordable housing by utilizing the theme of The Wizard of Oz.  Holston Habitat for Humanity plans to incorporate this fun, exciting theme into its promotions and events for the remainder of the year.  If you would like to donate money locally as part of the “There’s No Place Like Home” campaign please click here.  If you would like to donate internationally as part of the campaign please click here.

2014 Appalachian Fair

Holston Habitat for Humanity is excited to announce that we will be back at the Appalachian Fair this year!  Our booth will once again be located in Commercial building 4.  The fair is scheduled for Monday, August 18 through Saturday, August 23 at the Appalachian Fairgrounds in Gray.  For more information about the fair please click here.

This Week at Holston Habitat 8/4/14

150 Days of Giving Vote-A-Thon!


Kingsport House Recycle Project

 Holston Habitat for Humanity is excited to announce the first of our Fall 2014 house projects!  This home, which is located at 1900 Brunswick Street in Kingsport, will be recycled in partnership with the Ellis family with labor provided by the Kingsport Regulars.  Work on this project is scheduled to begin Monday, August 11 with the project lasting approximately 3-4 weeks.  If you or someone you know would like to volunteer on this project please contact Volunteer Coordinator Jon Peters at 423-288-4065.