Myths and Facts
So, who here believes Habitat for Humanity was started by President Jimmy Carter and his lovely wife Roslyn? Let's see a show of hands. Great, that's what we are doing today, debunking myths and facts about Habitat for Humanity. First, how Habitat for Humanity came about: The idea that became Habitat for Humanity first grew from the fertile soil of Koinonia Farm, a community farm outside of Americus, Georgia, founded by farmer and biblical scholar Clarence Jordan.On the farm
Get Involved! Its Easy.
We are asked regularly, either here at our site or even when we are out and about in our wonderful community - "How can I get involved in Habitat for Humanity?" Luckily we know exactly how they can get involved and are happy to share that information. First off, contact the office. Call us at (308) 534-6251, email us at email@example.com or just come on in to the office at 420 N Cottonwood. We love talking about Habitat for Humanity and would be happy to visit wit
Successful Partner Families
We are asked on a regular basis, "How can I get a Habitat House?" and, "How can I get on the waiting list for a Habitat House?" and "How quickly can you get me into a Habitat house?" To help those interested in a Habitat Home, I'd like to share what makes a successful Habitat for Humanity Partner Family. First off, we do not have homes that are built and sitting ready for a family. One of the basic tenets of Habitat for Humanity is that you must put in 400 hours of Sweat Equ
The RV-Care-A-Vanners Lend a Hand
Habitat for Humanity is so privileged to have a unique and caring group like the RV Care-A-Vanners. Not familiar with them, well, let me tell you then. The RV Care-A-Vanner program is open to anyone with a recreational vehicle who wants to travel to various Habitat affiliate locations and assist with a build. Oh yes, and have fun doing it. The program welcomes people from all ages and all walks of life. The only criteria is you must be interested in picking up a hammer and h