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Welcome to Haywood Habitat for Humanity!


"Everyone - all of us, every last person on God's earth- deserves decent shelter.  It speaks to the most basic of human needs - our home - the soil from which all of us, every last person, either blossom or wither.  We each have need of food, clothing, education, medical care, and companionship; but first, we must have a place to live and grow."
Millard Fuller, founder of Habitat for Humanity International

Thank you for your interest in our non-profit ministry. Since 1990, we have been building affordable housing in the Haywood County. As an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, we envision a world where everyone has a decent place to live, and seek to put God's love into action by bringing people together to build homes, communities and hope.

Habitat for Humanity is an opportunity to “let your light shine” by putting your God given talents to practical use in helping others. We hope you will consider becoming involved in the community through our organization. It will be one of the most rewarding experiences of your life!

Habitat for Humanity International and its affiliated organizations (HFH) will not proselytize.  Nor will HFH work with entities or individuals who insist on proselytizing as part of their work with HFH. This means that HFH will not offer assistance on the expressed or implied condition that people must (i) adhere to or convert to a particular faith or (ii) listen and respond to messaging designed to induce conversion to a particular faith.


Harris-Morton family is Haywood Habitat's 52nd homeowner
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Meet
Christine Harris and her daughter Tessa, who along with Matthew, Tessa's son, are our our 52nd Haywood Habitat homeowners.  The Harris-Morton family invested more than 600 hours of time as part of their qualification to purchase their brand new 1,134 square foot, energy efficient home in Clyde.  Local attorney Chuck Dickson looks on as Christine and Tessa sign the documents to make the purchase of their first home official.  "Providing safe, decent housing for families like Christine and Tessa's is our mission.  Haywood Habitat exhibits what incredibly wonderful things happen when families and communities work together.  Today is a celebration for this deserving family, our volunteers, our donors, our staff, and our community." said Executive Director Jamye Cooper. (November, 2014)

Downs family home becomes reality

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Eric, Brittany, Alorah and Jaxon Downs
are Haywood Habitat's newest homeowners.  Joined by family, friends, and Habitat volunteers, their new home, located on Rhoda Street in Canton, was dedicated on Sunday, September 21st.  The Downs family has worked for two years to get to this important day.  The squeals of delight from Alorah and Jaxon when they saw their rooms for the first time were thanks enough for all of the volunteers, friends and family who worked on the home.  The Downs will move into their new home in early October. (September, 2014)







Volunteer Spotlight


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For the last four (or more) years, Don Bishop has recruited and led a group of Habitat volunteers from Longs Chapel United Methodist Church in Waynesville.  Don and his faithful group of volunteers have shown up every week to support Habitat families in their journey to home ownership.  By our best estimate, Don has worked on nine houses, and just started working on a tenth.  Don and his wife Nancy will soon be leaving our area to make their new home in Mississippi.  Recently, Habitat staff members Kim Alvarez and Joey Massie were honored to present Don with an award of thanks.  Don, thank you for the dedication and love that you have shown to Haywood Habitat and the families that we serve.  We will miss you! (September, 2014)






Groundbreaking on 44th new home thanks to Somers' gift

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Ground has been broken on our 44th newly constructed home in Haywood County since 1990.  Located in Clyde's Barefoot Ridge, the 1120 square-foot home is made possible by a generous donation from former Haywood County residents, Jay and Buckie Somers.  "The Somers Family gift of sponsoring a Habitat Home is an incredible display of generosity.  Their gift will impact a family for generations." said Laura Leatherwood, board president.  

Joined by volunteers, board members and staff, Walton Garrett, founding Haywood Habitat member, turned the first shovel of soil on the project.  Garrett has worked on every Haywood Habitat house since the organization's inception. (August, 2014)













 




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