In the wake of a difficult and divisive week for America, this Friday and Saturday volunteers from the Congregation B’nai Israel and St. Mark’s United Methodist Church gathered in the Habitat trenches to roll up their sleeves and build a foundation for unity and two new homes in our community.
Habitat is currently working on a very special project to help a local Veteran in need of home repairs. Santiago is a 74-year old Veteran who served active duty in Vietnam as a short jumper and is currently living in a home with severe roof leakage, dry rot, and mold.
Today DPR Construction pledged to close the entire $25,000 funding gap needed to complete the two final homes of the Habitat Neal Road construction project. The news came as a shock to the Habitat staff who had reached out to DPR in hopes the construction company might consider closing the $10,000 or $15,000 funding gap on one of the homes – never imagining they would take on both.
On a rainy night in January a group of local faith leaders gathered in a downtown meeting hall and pledged support of #BuildforUnity, a monumental interfaith project by Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sacramento. 9 months and 150 donations later – it’s officially time to build.
There is a new opportunity for developers to help Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sacramento (at no extra cost) just by allocating a portion of your building permit fees through the City of Sacramento’s “Housing Trust Fund” program. Interested? So is Habitat…
7 months ago, on a rainy evening in a meeting hall downtown, a group of faith leaders from the local community gathered to pledge their support of #BuildForUnity, a monumental interfaith project by Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sacramento. Together, these leaders committed to funding the construction of 2 Habitat homes, built side by side as a symbolic stance for unity in the Sacramento community.
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sacramento’s massive interfaith project is set to begin construction this fall. The project is currently 72% funded for the two homes with $56,372 left to raise.
You don’t have to lift a hammer to help Habitat. Last year, sales from the Habitat ReStore amounted to nearly 1/3 of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sacramento’s overall incoming funding.