Volunteers are the lifeblood of Habitat for Humanity of the NC Sandhills, and it gives us great pride that our homes are constructed almost entirely by volunteers. That work continues beyond the construction site. Habitat volunteers are active at our office, they assist our ReStore staff, they serve on committees, and they are engaged in various community revitalization projects.
2022 Women Build Fashion Show
Dinner & Fashion Show
October 26th, 2022
Country Club of North Carolina
"Sip and Shop" 5:00 pm
Dinner 6:30 pm
Fashion Show 7:15 pm
The Women Build Committee raises awareness and funding for affordable housing, which is needed to attract talented employees to Moore County. Your participation will help support our mission and gets your fabulous treasures in front of over 200 women eager to see new products. We will open the event with an hour of cocktails and shopping in the Watson room, followed by dinner and runway fashion for all generations. $125 a ticket includes $75 tax deductible donation.
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Habitat for Humanity | Attn: Women Build
2268 NC Highway 5 | Aberdeen, NC 28315
Aging in Place Repair Program
Our Aging in Place repair program in accepting applications for repairs for the month of September! Habitat is able to help homeowners who are 55 and older or physically disabled who struggle to maintain the integrity of their homes. Through the Aging in Place Program, people are able to reclaim their homes with pride and dignity and age in place. Our impact advances housing and health equity. We know that aging in place extends longevity and quality of life, and safe and stable housing and community networks are core to these outcomes. Surveys of homeowners that partner with us show they’re mentally and physically healthier, feel safer at home, and engage with their family and friends more.
Safe and accessible housing is a key social determinant of health. As leaders in housing, with our vast network across the United States and evidence-based approach, Habitat’s Aging in Place program advances both housing and health equity for older Americans.