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On behalf of all of our current and future Merrimack Valley Habitat for Humanity homeowners, we would like to say THANK YOU for all of your support during this past year. We look forward to another great year of building safe, decent and affordable housing together!

This year you brought these deserving families closer than ever to homeownership!
This holiday season, you can give the best gift of all, ensuring more local families have the opportunity to build strength, stability, and independence through a decent and affordable home. I urge you to please give your most generous gift today!
In October 2019  Merrimack Valley Habitat for Humanity  (MVHH) welcomed a crew of seven  AmeriCorps NCCC  (National Civilian Community Corps) team members to build with us on our Salisbury, MA project, for the second year in a row.

The crew, Noah Basehart, Avery Carlson, Edmond Foster, Grace Helton, Esperanza Jimenez, and Simon Morton are aged between 18 and 24 and come from states throughout the country, and as far away as Minnesota. They recently wrapped up an 8-week stay where they worked alongside partner families and regular volunteers on MVHH’s project in Salisbury, MA which will comprise of seven-units of affordable housing once complete. Read all about this great partnership here >>
As we head out of 2019 and into 2020, we would like to take a moment and reflect on this past year. It takes a village to provide decent, safe and affordable housing to those in need, and we are most certainly proof of that. Upon writing, with a few build days remainin g in the year, 1,264 of you have contributed a whopping 25,225 Hours towards our mission of building homes for local families.

Our work, bringing people together to build communities, simply would not be possible without the support from volunteers, local businesses and community partnerships. Besides hardworking and dedicated volunteers, we receive a huge amount of support in the form of pro-bono services (like property surveying or closing legal services), in-kind donations of building material and often monetary donations as well. Thank you to everyone who helped us take our projects in Andover and Salisbury, from an empty lot, to soon-to-be move-in ready homes. You don't have to lift a hammer to build much needed affordable housing. Contact us here >> today if you would like to make an impact.
8 Lupine Road, Andover, MA - December 2019
22 Old County Road, Salisbury, MA - December 2019
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ReUse. RePurpose. ReStore. When you support the Merrimack Valley ReStore , profits benefit the Merrimack Valley Habitat for Humanity and enable us to deliver on the mission of building strength, stability, and self-reliance through shelter.