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Stephanie’s Home Dedication

Stephanie’s Home Dedication

Stephanie and her children invite you to their home dedication ceremony on Saturday, August 31 at 10:00 a.m. at 2321 Bradley Street in Bristol, Virginia. This home was built in partnership with the Bristol community. Thanks to all the individual and group volunteers for helping Stephanie achieve the dream of homeownership. Also, thanks to Bill Lamie for his amazing guidance as site supervisor on this project. 
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Fall Volunteer Opportunities

Fall Volunteer Opportunities

Holston Habitat has several construction opportunities to volunteer this fall. Click on each build for more information, view the build schedule and sign up online.Patsy's Build - Johnson City, TNAmy Jo's Veterans Build - Johnson City, TNRichard & Summer's Build - Bristol, TN Fall 2019 Women BuildFor more information on how you can involved with these builds, contact Mandy Penz at 423-239-7689, ext. 801 or volunteer@holstonhabitat.org
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Veterans Build Donation

Veterans Build Donation

In America, we take pride in the things that matter most to us: our loved ones, our accomplishments, our career, our home.  With your support, Amy Jo, a US Navy veteran and single mother of three, will take pride in her new Habitat home. Not only will Amy Jo’s family be the 300th family served by Holston Habitat, but her home will also be our first certified Veterans Build. Please join Amy Jo in building her Habitat home by contributing a gift of any amount. Make your tax-deductible contribution by clicking here or mail your check to PO Box 5265, Kingsport, TN 37663.  Amy Jo and her children thank you for making a difference in their lives by giving them the opportunity to have a place they can be proud of and call home. Your prayers, volunteerism and financial support...
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We use volunteer labor and contributions of money and materials to build affordable houses in partnership with individuals and families with limited financial resources.

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We strive to continually improve the quality of life for individuals and families.

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We provide a “hand up,” not a “hand out.” We build houses at zero profit.

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Volunteers Welcome

 

It takes individuals, leaders, and groups like you, who are willing to give a day, a month, or several days a year to help turn a truckload of construction materials into a new home for a deserving family.

 

Other than construction, we also offer many opportunities for volunteers with various skills to assist within Holston Habitat - from administrative support, working in one of our two ReStore locations, serving on a committee, food prep, photography and design, to event production - our volunteers make our mission possible.

Holston Habitat for Humanity is blessed by the efforts of the many volunteers in our community.

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A Hand Up, Not a Hand Out

Holston Habitat for Humanity is part of a global, non-profit housing organization operated on Christian principles that seeks to put God’s love into action by building homes, communities and hope. The affiliate’s service area includes Sullivan, Washington, and Carter Counties in Tennessee, as well as the city of Bristol, Virginia.

 

Holston Habitat for Humanity seeks to share the love of Christ by creating partnerships with communities, families and volunteers to improve the quality of life for families in need by providing simple, affordable, and decent housing and opportunities for home ownership.

 

 

Holston Habitat for Humanity is a Special Purpose Credit Program that does not discriminate against applicants on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, familial status, age, disability; because all or part of the applicant's income derives from any public assistance program; or because the applicant has exercised in good faith any right under the Consumer Credit Protection Act.