US Bank, longtime partner of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sacramento, will be partnering with Habitat in the coming year through a $37,000 sponsorship to help make the 1st home of Habitat’s “The Avenues” project possible.
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.
Last Sunday, 20 breweries and over 100 volunteers donated their time and efforts to raise funds for Habitat through the “Habitat Beer Garden” at this year’s Sactown Wings festival, an annual event hosted by XOSO Sport and Social League which Habitat was named the nonprofit beneficiary of this year. [read more]
On Saturday, September 24th at 10am the Prasad family will receive the keys to their family’s new Habitat home on Eleanor Avenue.
Thanks to sponsorship from a generous anonymous donor and the Sacramento Region Conservation Corps Youth Build Program, 9-year-old Mark Belisau will no longer have to share a room with his sisters or long for a backyard to play soccer in.