Habitat Press 2.0 | Vol. 10
December 31, 2020
1721 N. Carroll Blvd. Denton, TX 76201 | (940) 484-5006 | habitatdentoncounty.org
Wishing you all the joys of home during this holiday season.
Thank you for attending our virtual Community Meeting on December 17
We held a virtual community meeting on Thursday, December 17 for the Habitat Village. We are grateful for the interest in the Habitat Village shown by community at this meeting. Now more than ever, as land prices continue to rise and the pandemic persists, hardworking, low-income families need a decent, affordable place to call home. By supporting the Habitat Village, you can make their dreams of homeownership a reality. Please stay connected and follow along as we seek to build this village by liking us on Facebook!
You can view our PowerPoint presentation by clicking here.

We want to know your questions and comments about the Habitat Village. Please fill out this Google form so we can hear your thoughts and stay in touch.
At the community meeting, we premiered the Habitat Village video, created by Justin Benedict at Blueshift Films, and starring Habitat for Humanity of Denton County Board President David Johnson, Build Committee members Jerry Morgan and Bill Stewart, our 103rd Homeowners the Miller family, and several other of our Habitat Family Partners.

Did you know you can support Habitat for Humanity's mission by donating your old car, truck, motorcycle, RV, boat, farm equipment, snowmobile, or construction equipment?

Habitat for Humanity of Denton County benefits greatly from the Cars for Homes program. The funding from your car donations helps us afford to build homes for families in need every year. In fact, Habitat Denton is fast approaching the first $100K milestone in revenue from car donations. Habitat Denton has received $79,153.03 total in unrestricted revenue from Cars for Homes, including $14,849.30 so far in FY21 alone. Life-to-date, 61 Texas affiliates have received a total of $1,812,838.06 in unrestricted revenue from Cars for Homes. That's almost $2 million! For the past four months, Habitat has been receiving an average of 400 vehicles a week, creating a healthy inventory of more than 1700 vehicles.
Seeking to put God's love into action, Habitat for Humanity of Denton County brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.