FALL 2021 & SPRING 2022
Is your business, organization, church, or civic group looking for a great way to make a positive, tangible impact in our community?

Our fall builds start in September, and we are still in need of sponsors for home builds in Columbia, TN this fall and next spring.

Sponsors are drawn to the “Habitat Experience” not only because of the urgent need for affordable housing in our area, but also for the extraordinary hands-on opportunity that it provides. Sponsors come in all sizes and are not required to provide volunteers.

For every home Habitat for Humanity Williamson-Maury builds here in Middle TN, we tithe to a developing country to build another home for a family in need. In the past, we have tithed to Lesotho, Cambodia, Vietnam, and Guatemala. Click here to see our tithing program in action!

To learn how you and/or organization can get involved, please check out this brochure and/or contact Kim Randell at 615-550-5616.
On July 20, Habitat for Humanity TN held its State Impact Awards, which recognizes volunteers all across the state who have gone above and beyond to make monumental impacts on their communities and local Habitat affiliates. During this beautiful ceremony, one of our own volunteers was recognized in a bittersweet tribute for his incredible hard work, selflessness, and love.
Scott Carter was awarded the “2021 Outstanding Construction Volunteer of the Year” for his over 20 years of helping families build homes. Scott showed up to our build sites ready to work with a huge smile and tool belt in tow, often being the first one on site even before staff! His excitement for helping others was contagious, and he was loved by every single staff member, volunteer, and homeowner who had the blessing to meet him.
Before he was able to accept this award, Scott unexpectedly passed away in early June, leaving an enormous gap in our hearts and on our build site. Scott’s family was able to attend the ceremony to accept his award and share in a moment with us that will never be forgotten. Scott’s impact on our community is one that embodies what it truly means to be an outstanding construction volunteer, and we are forever grateful to have volunteers like him to honor and celebrate.

(Photo above: Scott's mother, Sue; brother, Russell; step-mom, Helen Brooks; and father, Ken, accept Scott's award. Photo below: The Habitat for Humanity TN Impact Awards ceremony)
Earlier this year, Bree DeMoss left her hometown of Pittsburgh, PA to begin a new chapter in Nashville. While pursuing her B.A. in Communications at the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg, she became an avid member of her campus’ Habitat for Humanity organization. Bree accompanied her fellow Habitat volunteers on Spring Break trips to Georgia and Mississippi, building shelters, lifelong bonds, and a passion for our mission and work.

After several years of working in marketing back in Pittsburgh, she is overjoyed to once again work with Habitat for Humanity through her new role as outreach and event coordinator.

Bree spends her downtime taking in all that Nashville has to offer! She loves to hike with her dog, Lily, explore new thrift stores and coffee shops, and dabble in photography. Bree is very happy to call Nashville her new home and eager to get more involved in the Williamson and Maury County communities.
We are in need of two volunteers who want to get their hands dirty on our Deconstruction Team!
Lead by a HFHWM staff member, volunteers gather up to three times a week (scheduled Tuesdays through Fridays) to carefully salvage cabinets and other building materials for resale and reuse in our ReStore. 
Deconstructions take anywhere from two to four hours (sometimes longer for larger jobs). Prior construction experience is a bonus, but hands-on training is provided!
Interested in becoming part of the crew? 
Email HFHWM Volunteer Manager Lexi Bolinski or call her at 615-550-5619.  

(Photo above: Volunteers Steve and Bill team up to carefully remove a sink at one of our recent kitchen deconstructions)
Stop by the ReStore tomorrow July 30 for our 30% off store-wide sale! We have an array of gently used and new home improvement items such as furniture, home accessories, lighting, building materials, and appliances - at deeply discounted prices.  
Stay up-to-date on what is new at the ReStore by joining its dedicated Facebook page and/or Instagram page! We post pictures of merchandise weekly, as well as details on special sales.

Also, remember that we are always in need of donations of gently-used furniture and other household items. For fast, free pickups, please call the ReStore at 615-690-8094.  

The ReStore is open 10:00am - 6:00pm Tuesday through Friday and 10:00am - 5:00pm on Saturday. The ReStore is located at 1725 Columbia Ave. in Franklin
Know a homeowner who is struggling financially to make an essential repair to their home?

We are currently accepting applications for our Critical Home Repair program, which helps to alleviate health, accessibility, and safety issues for qualifying homeowners in need. Eligibility requirements and applications are available on the HFHWM website or at the HFHWM administration office at 109 Noah Dr., Franklin, TN 37064. All applications and required documentation must be turned in via mail or in person to the HFHWM admin office. For questions, please contact Jill Ford at 615.690.8090.

(Photo above: Mr. Philip Walker accepts the Purple Heart for wounds sustained in combat during the Vietnam War. Photo below: Davis Brothers Roofing installs a much-needed new roof for Mr. Walker who lives in Hickman County. Walker, 73, inherited his current home when his parents passed away and has lived there for the last 15 years. )
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