On Wednesday, January 31st Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sacramento hosted the 24th Annual Hammy Awards at The Center at Twenty-Three Hundred. Joined by County Supervisor Phil Serna and County Supervisor Patrick Kennedy, the 350 person dinner and awards banquet honored and celebrated the donors, sponsors, trade partners, volunteers, ReStore supporters, and partner families who helped make the work of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sacramento possible in 2017. [read more]
From a dream to broken ground, today members of the Habitat Greater Sacramento team gathered to celebrate a very exciting moment in Habitat history – the beginning of the infrastructure on Habitat’s newest development on 43rd Avenue and MLK Jr Blvd in South Sacramento. The project will be Habitat Greater Sacramento’s second largest development in 32 years and will eventually feature 5 Habitat homes. [read more]
Just in time for the Holidays, Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sacramento has repaired the roof and hope of a local Korean War Veteran. [read more]
Local Veteran family receives the surprise of a lifetime at last night’s Kings game – thanks to Health Net Federal Services and Habitat
(Above) An emotional Mark Wirth, a 6-year U.S. Air Force Veteran, holds his son Troy and hugs Health Net Federal Services CEO, Billy Maynard following the announcement that their family will be the recipient of the HNFS sponsored Veteran Build.
On December 17th volunteers from across the community came together for a powerful example of how raising walls can bring people together to change hearts, minds, and lives.
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sacramento is excited to announce that Health Net Federal Services, LLC., (HNFS) will be partnering to help build a home for a local Veteran family. The partnership includes a $150,000 donation to cover the costs of construction on the project, as well as hundreds of volunteers from HNFS who will aid in the construction of the home.
The highly anticipated ArtStreet project, a new arts initiative in Downtown Sacramento put on by same nonprofit collective behind the 2016 Art Hotel project, M5Arts, will be partnering with a number of community organizations for the special project including the Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sacramento ReStore.
The foundation is set, the $176,000 in funding has been raised, and now it’s officially time to raise walls on the monumental Habitat project that has brought over 180 local faith supporters from all over the community together to build hope and unity.