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Walls raised in Havre de Grace, volunteers needed
On a frigid December morning, sponsors, volunteers, city and state representatives gathered alongside homebuyer Kathryn (at left) to raise the first of her new home's walls. The celebration was especially notable in that it signified the start of the seven Habitat homes planned for a lot in Havre de Grace bordered by Revolution Street, Stokes Street and Freedom Lane. (For more details, read our press release.)

Volunteers are needed Wednesdays through Saturdays until the build is complete. To volunteer, register through our website.
We're looking for sponsors!
Tickets went on sale at the beginning of January for our biggest fundraiser of the year, so don't delay! We're also seeking sponsors. ( For a look at which businesses have signed up so far, check out our Facebook page where we're giving them shout-outs, or visit our website to see our sponsors list.)

If you have any questions about the Dream Builders' Ball, contact Jessie Ingold at

Sponsorship packet information and ball registration can be found by clicking the button below.
College students volunteer during school break
Our first Collegiate Challenge group of the New Year has arrived! Students from Lackawanna College in Scranton, PA, are here for a week volunteering at our build site as well as at our Aberdeen ReStore. (Our thanks to Webster Congregational Christian Church in Havre de Grace for housing them!)

In March we'll have four more schools represented. Collegiate Challenge is an alternative school break volunteer opportunity for high school and college students. It teaches students about substandard living conditions and how affordable housing builds strength, stability and self-reliance for homeowners.
Family services coordinator AmeriCorps National position
Are you looking for a great entry-level service position that will positively impact your future? Consider serving with the Habitat for Humanity Susquehanna AmeriCorps team to experience a rewarding and fun year of service!

You will gain new skills, learn about affordable housing and the impact it has on the surrounding communities, and gain insight to the inner workings of a non-profit organization through hands-on experience. 

To view the complete description of this Americorps National member position, the benefits of service and how to apply, visit our website.
Aberdeen ReStore Volunteer News for January
In January, Aberdeen ReStore volunteers are most needed on Wednesdays & Fridays from 10 AM to 6 PM, and Saturdays from 9 AM to 4 PM.

(If those days don't work for your schedule, we also accept volunteers Tuesdays from 9 AM to 4 PM and, Thursdays from 10 AM to 6 PM.)

Typically, volunteers work a 2-hour or 4-hour shift. Volunteers need to be 16 years or older (but 14-15 year olds can volunteer, if accompanied by an adult). 

Interested volunteers c an register through our website  or e-mail John at
A new year of Homeownership Applicant Orientation meetings have been scheduled. If you or someone you know has a housing need, the ability to afford a Habitat mortgage, and willing to partner with us, then come to an orientation and hear more about it! Dates for the next two meetings after January are February 13 (7PM) and March 13 (10AM and 7PM) at Habitat Susquehanna's office location, 205 S. Hays Street, Bel Air. Theses meetings are open to Harford and Cecil county residents only. Registration is required by competing the Interest Form. For questions, contact Yvette Valentin at
APGFCU, in partnership with Habitat Susquehanna, offers financial education seminars and workshops throughout the year. They cover a variety of financial topics and the seminars are free and open to the public. Reservations are required by emailing or calling Dee Barretto at 410-612-2361. Space is limited so sign up today! ALL DATES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. The next scheduled dates:
Financial Life Skills (Jan 14)
Getting Credit in Shape (Feb 11)
Budgeting a Good Budget (Jan 28)
Find Hidden Cash (Feb 25)