Monthly news & updates
Franklin Street Home Dedication.
Please join us in dedicating the homes of Henri & Annie, and Esther.
WHEN:  Thursday, February 13th from 4:30 to 5:00 PM

WHERE:  99-101 Franklin Street, Lawrence, MA.
Women Build 2020 is this March
Calling All Women to Join us for Women Build 2020.

Spend one-day building homes for local families in need, with other like-minded women in your community.

  • Learn new construction skills needed to effectively contribute to Habitat’s mission.
  • Build or renovate houses at a Women Build event.
  • Join other community volunteers and homeowners to build strength and stability through shelter.
  • Donate to Women Build.

Register now by clicking here >>
Support Women Build 2020
An average Merrimack Valley Habitat home costs between $150,000 - $170,000 to build. In order to help families, we rely on our passionate supporters and donors to help us build homes.

This year, we have set a goal to raise $5,000 to help us fund the Women Build Day and some of the home you will be working on.

1. Make a donation – Click here >> to Give Now  and make a monetary donation today.

2. Ask your network to make a donation – Create a Facebook fundraiser where you can ask friends and family to support your efforts to help build a home.   You can make your fundraiser by clicking here >>

3. Create a team fundraising page and compete with others to raise the most money to go towards affordable housing in the Merrimack Valley.  Learn more here >>

Please share Women Build 2020 with your friends and consider putting together a team to come and build with us!
Volunteer Service Spotlight
As part of our #MeetOurVolunteers feature, we are delighted to introduce Mark Bannon , one of our newer regular volunteer crew in Salisbury, MA.

Coming from Middleton, Mark Bannon started volunteering with us at our Salisbury site four months ago. Mark retired three years ago, following a successful career holding senior management positions at several different companies, including Lotus Development, IBM, Timberland, and most recently Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts.

Click here >> to learn more about what motivates Mark to volunteer with Habitat every week.
Brooks School Award $2,500 Prize
Many thanks to our friends at Brooks School for not only coming to build with us during January 2020, but also for voting us as your second favorite local non-profit and awarding us with a $2,500 prize! Brooks has a class every January where students learn about non-profits, and then vote who to donate to. What a great initiative to introduce future philanthropists to the work of Habitat.
Many Thanks to All Who Came to
Build With us During January!
The Diorio Family
Other Ways to Get Involved
Support the ReStore
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.