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It took a lot of sweat – and only a little blood – for Habitat for Humanity staff and board members to experience what building a home is like on Thursday. They joined some of Habitat’s weekday crew of volunteers in framing and roof sheathing at 152 Burke Circle in Mooresville.

Emergency responders partnered with Our Towns Habitat to give back to the community in a way they never have before. They worked on a build site in the hot sun alongside Women Build members and other volunteers as part of Our Towns Habitat’s 911 Build Days initiative.

Michael Stanford, operations manager for MEDIC 911, a Mecklenburg County EMS agency in Charlotte, was glad to have this opportunity to get involved with Habitat for the first time.

Our Towns Habitat is partnering with Thrivent Financial Services and the local faith community to build three new homes before the end of the year. Thrivent is awarding a grant of $75,000 to co-sponsor construction of new homes in Cornelius, Mooresville and Statesville.

As a faith-based financial planning company, Thrivent has a strong focus on service and a long partnership with Habitat. Thrivent is partnering with Habitat affiliates nationwide through the Thrivent Builds program. Thrivent’s grant will be matched with funds pledged by local congregations representing diverse denominations and faiths.

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      August 18 2017

      By Amy Freeze, Community and Faith Partnerships August is always such a busy month! In our home, August is also a special month filled with cake, ice cream, friends and presents. On August 7th, my daughter Molly turned 8 years old, and she'll soon start third grade. While most 8…
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Alternative Gift Guide

The benefit delivered to families that partner with Habitat for Humanity is very real.
  $10  Box of Nails   
  $35 Roof Shingles   
  $50  Low Flow Toilet   
  $75  Window   
  $100  Kitchen Sink   
  $150  Front Door   
  $500 Sliding  
  $1000  Wallboard   
  $2000  Flooring