The brightness of the light makes me squint at first sight. Though it’s no stronger than any other light in any other house; for me, this one is different. The glow is intense and I can feel it go straight to my heart.[read more]
Following an extremely competitive selection process, Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sacramento and Habitat’s Development Director Laine Himmelmann have been selected as one of 10 finalists to pitch at the Golden 1 Center on April 3rd as part of this year’s SVP Fast Pitch event for a chance to win over $50,000 in cash awards and in-kind services.
As another year comes to a close here at Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sacramento and we begin to plan for feats ahead in the coming year, I find myself reflecting on 2018 and one word keeps coming to mind over and over again – GRATITUDE.
Last Sunday, Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sacramento hosted our first ever Unity Concert to kick off Build for Unity 2019 – our interfaith initiative which brings together people of different religions, colors, and backgrounds to put to down their differences and come together to build hope, homes, and unity.
Statehouse, the New Husband and Wife owned Restaurant and Eatery, is helping Habitat #BuildLouder for this year’s Gala
When Jenn and Jimmy Crabbé, the dynamic husband and wife team behind Sacramento’s newest Capitol eatery and catering company Statehouse, were asked about getting involved with the Hard Hats & High High Heels Gala, they not only jumped at catering this year’s event, but took their partnership a step farther by fiancially investing in Habitat as the Presenting Event Sponsor.
On August 27th, Habitat for Humanity CEO Leah Miller spoke alongside Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg, Senator Jim Beall, Assemblymember David Chiu, Supervisor Phil Serna, and Habitat Homeowner Johnnie Jackson at the Capitol in support of the Prop 1 – the Veterans and Affordable Housing (For the live coverage of the press conference, click here). [read more]
On May 14th, Habitat Greater Sacramento received a very special $40,000 donation from Supervisor Patrick Kennedy. The contribution, designated to help with neighborhood revitalization efforts in District 2, marks the first donation Habitat Greater Sacramento has ever received from a local government entity. [read more]
This year’s Big Day of Giving (BDOG) is coming up on May 3rd and Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sacramento hopes to raise $37,500 for a very special project.
On Friday, March 23rd Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sacramento and Health Net Federal Services joined the Wirth family in breaking ground on Habitat Greater Sacramento’s first ever Habitat Veteran Home Build. [read more]
This week volunteers from Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sacramento came together to begin repairs for a local West Sacramento Veteran in need.