Habitat seeks partner families for rehabbed homes

No-obligation informational meetings scheduled

Habitat logoSafe, stable homes mean healthier children and families in our communities.

Families enduring unaffordable and substandard housing, on the other hand, are forever disrupting their ability to grow and thrive in the healthy manner Habitat for Humanity believes God intends for all. With a hand up, Habitat partner families are able to break away to a life of new hope and opportunity.

For families interested in learning more about how Habitat for Humanity works along with the application and selection process, two opportunities are being offered as Habitat for Humanity begins making plans for a home to be rehabbed in Jefferson.

Free public information meetings will be held Thursday, June 19, at 7 pm, and Saturday, June 21, at 10 am. Both will be presented at the Greene County Extension Service meeting room, 104 W. Washington Street in Jefferson. While there is no obligation to apply, volunteers will be available to assist interested families with completing applications.

Many lower income families are surprised to learn they can begin to own an efficient and attractive home for less than the cost of rent. While this is made possible through the support of many dedicated volunteers and donors, Habitat partner families work hard for this unique opportunity to capture their dream of stability, health and safety through home ownership.

If you or someone you know needs to escape the sturdy grip of unstable and substandard housing, please plan to attend one of these informative meetings. No reservations required.


Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit Christian ministry dedicated to eliminating substandard and poverty housing. Habitat for Humanity welcomes all persons as partner families and volunteers regardless of religious beliefs or affiliations.

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