Carpenter’s Club

425342_578996768807546_2054952812_nChatham Habitat Carpenter’s Club members make convenient ongoing contributions that are automatically drafted each month. It’s an easy and efficient way to help provide the consistent support that Chatham Habitat relies on through secure, automatic monthly payments from your credit card, debit card, or bank account.

Carpenter’s Club Benefits:

  • Carpenter’s Club members receive special email updates each quarter that provide updates on the progress of the houses currently under construction as well as information about each family so that you can see your dollars in action.
  • Carpenter’s Club members receive invitations to all our annual events, discounts on tickets to
    fundraising events, and special recognition in our annual Impact Report.
  • As a Carpenter’s Club member, you will have the satisfaction of knowing that you have a hand in building every house for every family thanks to your on-going, sustaining support.

How to join Carpenter’s Club:

How do I join?
It’s easy! Call Anna Spears at (919) 542-0794 x222 to set up your membership. She’ll be happy to answer any questions and get you set up.

What happens if I get a new credit card?
For security purposes, we will need the full card number (even if it’s the same as before) in order to update your account. Call Anna Spears at (919) 542-0794 x222 anytime to update your payment information.

Will I get a receipt for my taxes?
Each monthly contribution is 100% tax-deductible! Most members prefer an annual receipt for their taxes (issued in January). If you prefer a monthly receipt, let us know and we’ll be happy to do so.

Can I change the amount or cancel when I want to?
Absolutely. Give Anna Spears a call at (919) 542-0794 x222 anytime to make changes to your account.

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