A Time for Giving

December 3, 2018

The end of the year is a time when many are grateful for what they have and they begin to want to spread their joy around to others.

Whether you have 5 hours, 5 minutes, or 5 seconds to spare, we have a way you can give.

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What Matters

November 14, 2018

I have more than enough. I’ve never experienced shortage of food or shelter. I’m employed. I have family, love, and friends. I’m entirely blessed.

I shouldn’t complain about anything, yet some expression of disdain over what I deem as lacking manages to roll off my tongue at least once a day. Or if I don’t speak it, I think it. Why?

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What Does Home Truly Mean?

October 30, 2018

A home is much more than the physical structure of the building – it’s about the community and fellowship that having somewhere safe and stable to call your own can bring to someone’s life. A home should be a place of fond memories, whether that’s a toddler’s first steps, a first-time graduation, a retirement party, or annual holiday gathering. A home should be the place where you’re able to relax and truly be yourself.  

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When the Hard Hats Come Off

October 17, 2018

What comes to mind when you think of Habitat for Humanity?

If it’s a group of smiling volunteers hammering away with smiling faces and matching hard hats, you’re not alone. A simple Google search shows dozens of these photos.

Yes, our volunteers build homes.  But what about volunteers who want to help, but are unable or hesitant to participate in the building process?

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Maria’s Blessing

October 1, 2018

Starting on World Habitat Day, we will be uploading new blogs to our website that highlight a different Chatham Habitat person or program. Check out our first article on homeowner Maria Porras, written by our Public Relations Intern Taylor Battle.

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