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Welcome to Haywood Habitat for Humanity!

 

Since 1990, we have been building affordable housing in Haywood County. As an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, we envision a world where everyone has a decent place to live, and seek to put God's love into action by bringing people together to build homes, communities and hope.



Don't miss House Mixer 2016 on October 13th!
an event to support the programs of Haywood Habitat

House Mixer 2016 tickets are now on sale.
Your $35 ticket includes heavy hor d'oeuvres, beverage ticket, live and silent auction, and music from Songbug DJ Services. 
Call 828.452.7960 to join us at Frog Level Brewing, 56 Commerce Street in Waynesville, on October 13th from 5:30 pm-8:30 pm.
Help us continue to build hope and change lives in Haywood County.

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Manage Your Money

classes designed to change the way you manage your money

Presented by On Track Financial Education & Counseling
Sponsored by Haywood County Board of Realtors and Haywood Habitat for Humanity

Thursday, October 6, 2016 - 5:30-7:00 pm
How to find extra income in your day-to-day life
Tuesday, November 1, 2016 - 5:30-7:00 pm
Credit-everything you need to know

Waynesville Recreation Center - Room B
550 Vance Street, Waynesville, NC 28786

Free & open to the public
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED
Call 828.452.7960 to make your reservation
All attendees receive class materials, light meal, and are entered in a drawing for a gift card.

Gift from Houck Foundation will help purchase ReStore truck

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Waynesville residents Dave and Debbie Robison have made a $7,000 gift reality for our ReStore thanks to Dave's work as a trustee with the May K. Houck Foundation.  The Robisons have been regular supporters of the ReStore for several years.  When they heard the ReStore was in need of another truck for picking up donations, they sprung into action.  "This gift, combined with other funds, will make it possible to replace our current truck that has travelled thousands of miles picking up almost 1,000 donations annually throughout Haywood County.  The donations are the foundation of our ReStore sales that keep useable materials out of landfills and provide funding for our building program, so this gift is far more than just a truck." said Jamye Sheppard, Haywood Habitat Executive Director.

The Houck Foundation, based in Sarasota, Florida, was started by Dave's father and two other trustees in the 1970s as a way to distribute the estate of May Houck who dedicated most of her life to working with the blind and charities located in Rochester, NY and Sarasota, FL.

 

Pictured(l-r): Laura Leatherwood (President, Haywood Habitat), Debbie Robison, Dave Robison, Michelle Smith (ReStore Manager)



Williams family's home completed just in time for the new year

20151213_154214_640x452For Brittany and J.D. Williams' family, homeownership is a dream come true.  They will be moving into their new 1100 square foot house in Clyde's Barefoot Ridge before the dawn of the new year.  Family, friends, volunteers, donors, community leaders, and Habitat staff, joined the family to celebrate the dedication of their home on Sunday, December 13th.    Brittany and J.D. have overcome incredible odds to prepare for homeownership, and to make it possible to have their family together under one roof.  The children wrote and the read their personal letters of appreciation, along with their parents, at the dedication.  All expressed gratitude to volunteers and donors, and the joy to have a nice home in a safe neighborhood with a great yard to play in.  TheWilliams' home is the 44th constructed by Haywood Habitat, who has served 53 families in its 25 year history.  The house was made possible through a sponsorship provided by donors Jay and Bucky Somers.  At the groundbreaking for the project about a year ago, Board President Laura Leatherwood said " The Somers family gift of sponsoring a Habitat home is an incredible display of generosity.  Their gift will impact a family for generations."  For the Williams family, the Somers' gift is making an incredible difference. (December, 2015)






Walton Woods Groundbreaking

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Haywood Habitat supporters gathered in Waynesville on September 24th for an official groundbreaking ceremony for Walton Woods, the affiliate's first neighborhood.  Walton Woods will be developed on property on Davis Cove Road donated by Sarah Jane League and Gary Smith.  Eight homes will be built on the property, Haywood Habitat's most ambitious undertaking in its 26 year history.  Walton Woods is named after Walton Garrett, who started the organization in 1990, and who, at age 89, has worked on each of the 52 homes that have been built since that time.  Site preparation will begin in early fall, and construction of the first two homes is scheduled for January 2016. (September, 2015)












Habitat for Humanity International and its affiliated organizations (HFH) will not proselytize.  Nor will HFH work with entities or individuals who insist on proselytizing as part of their work with HFH. This means that HFH will not offer assistance on the expressed or implied condition that people must (i) adhere to or convert to a particular faith or (ii) listen and respond to messaging designed to induce conversion to a particular faith.



 




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