Habitat Press 2.0 | Vol. 33
December 15, 2021
1805 Cornell Lane, Denton, TX 76201 | (940) 484-5006 | habitatdentoncounty.org
Groundbreaking Ceremony for 106th Home this Saturday, December 18
Please join us for the Groundbreaking Ceremony of our 106th home this Saturday, December 18, at 10:00 AM at 506 Wye St. Denton, TX 76205. This home is sponsored by our Interfaith Build Coalition and dedicated to the Crawford Family. We hope to see you there to bless the future home of Levatta Crawford and her five children!
The Pre-Application process for our Homeownership Program will be open from January 18 through February 18, 2021. If you or someone you know is in need of shelter, has the ability to pay, and is willing to partner with Habitat, please spread the word!

The Pre-Application is the first step for those interested in applying for our Homeownership Program and exists to determine their eligibility for the program. If approved through the Pre-Application screening process, they will be invited to complete the official application.

For more information and to review the Habitat Homeowner Qualifications and Guidelines, please click here, or contact Nancy Rodriguez at nancyrod@hfhdentoncounty.org or (940) 484-5006, ext. 9002.
Painting, laying sod, and more on our 105th home
The interior of our 105th home at 1028 E. McKinney Street in Denton has now been painted, as well as all of the home's doors. In this home, our volunteers have installed arched doorways, and we are loving the character they add to the home.

The progress on this home has been amazing. Last Saturday, members of Denton Bible Church's GAP program volunteered under the leadership of our Build Committee members to lay the sod. This project is a huge undertaking, and our volunteers successfully took on the challenge.

This home is nearing completion thanks to the hard work and service of our volunteers and partner families. We can't thank them enough for their help in ensuring the Sosa Family has a safe, secure home to live in for years to come.
Service Spotlight: Tree Shepherds
Scott Geer of Tree Shepherds has generously donated two tree surveys on the properties of our upcoming builds. Tree Shepherds is a full-service tree care company owned and operated by ISA Certified Arborists. From pruning and trimming to diagnosing tree diseases to crane-assisted tree removal, Tree Shepherds provides professional tree services for residential and commercial properties in the DFW area. We are so thankful for their support!
Thank you to our Food Sponsors!
Our volunteers put in so many hours serving on our homes. We love to show our appreciation for their service through a midday meal! Special thanks to these Denton restaurants for donating lunches for our volunteers this month: Pizza Snob, The Chestnut Tree, Cafe Brazil, and The Greenhouse.

Special thanks to Ms. Linda and Mr. Scott for volunteering their time to help coordinate these meals!
December 18: 106th Home Groundbreaking Ceremony
Please join us for the Groundbreaking Ceremony of our 106th home on Saturday, December 18 at 10:00 AM at 506 Wye Street in Denton. This home, sponsored by our Interfaith Build partners, will be dedicated to the Crawford Family upon completion. Learn more about the Crawford Family here.
Shop. Something is always on sale at the ReStore! Find great deals on brand new holiday decor from At Home, flooring, beautiful lighting fixtures, lawn and garden items, dining room sets and other furniture, and so much more.

Donate. All items sold at the ReStore are donated by generous supporters of Habitat's mission. Call our Donation Hotline at (940) 382-8487 to schedule a pick-up. For the full list of items we accept, please visit our website.

Volunteer. Call us at (940) 382-8487 to help out at the store. There is always a lot to do!
This holiday season, shop AmazonSmile to help everyone have a decent home. Amazon will donate a percentage of every sale to Habitat for Humanity of Denton County. Same Amazon, same products, same prices, more good. Simply follow this link to select “Habitat for Humanity of Denton County” as your charity.
With hours, wages and jobs lost as a result of the coronavirus, even more individuals are facing housing instability at a time when being safely and affordably housed is integral to the health and safety of us all. We turn donated cars into cash that supports affordable housing in your community.
Are you a federal employee? You can give to Habitat for Humanity of Denton County through the 2021 Combined Federal Campaign. Donate today at GiveCFC.org using our 5-digit CFC code #34623.
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