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Lisa's Family Home Dedication
We are excited to announce the dedication of the Builders Blitz home on February 11 at 10AM. The home is located at 111 Alexander Street, Clover. Lisa and her four children are so very grateful to the hundreds of volunteers who have helped her realize the dream of providing an affordable and stable home for her children.

Lisa has a degree in criminal justice and is also a licensed cosmetician instructor. She learned about Habitat from a friend and has been working toward her new home for nearly three years. She is grateful and excited to have, "a place to call home, a family home."

She says, "Habitat is helping me break the cycle and the struggle of living paycheck to paycheck." "My Habitat experience has been excellent. They're so welcoming. Everyone is just nice and gentle people. The volunteers have been amazing, whether it is on the construction site or in the ReStore, and they have all been so helpful all along the way."
Volunteers- Heart & Hands of Habitat
Habitat for Humanity volunteers find joy in giving back. Volunteers have the opportunity to develop new skills and to make a difference in the lives of others while making new friends and getting involved. Our volunteers empower Habitat to increase our services to the community. When you become a volunteer, you become part of the Habitat family.

Are you looking to make a difference? We extend our arms and invite you to experience what's great about Habitat. No matter your talents and gifts, Habitat has a place for you. Every helping hand makes a difference. Whether on our construction sites, in our ReStore, helping out in the office or on special events, Habitat can use your talents. To become a Habitat volunteer please visit our website and register.
Winthrop Student Interns
We are so fortunate to have the talents of Winthrop interns Brittney Perkins and Jessica Hawkins.

Brittney is working with our Community Outreach Director assisting with family services. She will complete her Masters of Social Work and graduate this May.

Jessica Hawkins is an Integrated Marketing Communication major and is assisting with PR marketing and advertising efforts. She will be also be graduating in May of this year.

We are grateful for the talents of these ladies and the positive impact they are making with us.
In-kind Donors Make a Difference

We are incredibly grateful to the many businesses and contractors who donated materials and labor to support the work of Habitat. The value of their services and products was in excess of $60,000. Please support the contractors and suppliers listed on our website for their community mindedness in supporting affordable housing.  
Habitat ReStore: Shop. Donate. Volunteer
Do you have gentle used furniture, appliances and household goods you no longer need? Donate them to Habitat's ReStore and help us build and repair homes for qualified families. We also offer a pick-up service for larger items, to arrange for a pick-up, please visit our website.
Home Depot Funds Repair Program For Veterans
We are grateful for the generous support of Home Depot, who is providing substantial support to complete needed repairs on veteran's homes. The grant provides up to $15,000 to address deficiencies of the home which if not improved, adversely affects the health and safety of the veteran.
Our first Veteran repair family Milford, served his county during the Vietnam era. He served in the US Army from 1968 - 1970. Milford states that he is so grateful to have the support of Habitat to complete essential repairs in his home so he can continue to live independently. Please contact Stefanie Barnette at 803.985.9243 to learn more about this program.
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