Habitat for Humanity is dedicated to helping low-income people realize their dreams of homeownership. See how we're making a difference.
This holiday season, listen to the Nsika family talk about what homeownership means to them. Then make a donation to help us continue to help build futures and dreams.
We still need you to donate this holiday season, but in the meantime, come celebrate our latest home dedication on Dec. 20 at 4 p.m. at 202 W. Pollock St!
Habitat's mission is to share God's love through affordable housing. If you'd like to join in sharing God's love this holiday season, consider making a donation.
It's time for our annual holiday appeal and we need your help! Also come join us for next home dedication on Dec. 20 at 4 p.m. at 202 W. Pollock St.
Saying thank you to our volunteers on International Volunteer Day and asking for your support as we begin the countdown to the end of the year.
Habitat Goldsboro-Wayne's DIY Consultant Debbie Smith will teach two Trash to Treasure classes on turning wine/champagne glasses into tealight candleholders! Cost is $15 for a three-piece set. All materials provided. Classes to be held at Mulberry Marketplace at 3 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 8 & 6 p.m., Monday, Dec. 17. Only six spots per class. Register today! Call 919-736-9592 x 4, email email@example.com or visit the office at 131 E. Walnut St.
Thanks to our supporters both in and out of Wayne County, Habitat for Humanity of Goldsboro-Wayne hit its Giving Tuesday goal of $2,500. A big thanks to our Board of Directors and Spirit AeroSystems for matching the first $1,000 raised, and to all our wonderful donors! Because of your support we were able to hammer in all 250 nails of our "house" - 1 nail for every $10 raised.
Habitat Volunteer of the Year 2017-18
Katie Williams isthe Habitat Goldsboro-Wayne 2017-18 Volunteer of the Year. Katie, vice president of corporate development at Daniels & Daniels Construction Co., is a current member of the Habitat Board of Directors.
More importantly, she is leading efforts to create Habitat Goldsboro-Wayne's first ever Homeowner Learning Lab where homeowners will learned practical home maintenance skills as part of the sweat equity process. These workshops include basic interior and exterior maintenance, basic plumbing and basic electric knowledge.
To make this idea a reality, Katie took the lead in designing the modules, the workbooks, recruiting volunteers and encouraging financial support from Daniels & Daniels. And so for all of that, we say a big "Thank you, Katie!"
The Habitat for Humanity Care-A-Vanners continue to work hard. Make your donation now for the Curtis Media Fastest Hammer Challenge. See who will win, Jeff Farrow or Averil Williams.
Habitat Moment With Matt: 10/23 - Meet the Care-A-Vanners and make your donations to the Curtis Media Fastest Hammer Challenge! Who will win, Averil or Jeff?
Habitat for Humanity International CEO Jonathan Reckford on the importance of and the need for affordable housing solutions and how Habitat for Humanity has been a leader in this area. Listen to the podcast or read the transcript.
A quick peek at Habitat Goldsboro-Wayne's second first nail ceremony for Mount Olive Build 2018.
Habitat Goldsboro-Wayne survives Hurricane Florence
Habitat Moments with Matt - Sept 11
Habitat Moment With Matt - Sept. 7
Meet our new Volunteer/Donor Coordinator Rachel Rhodes and hear about our upcoming First Nail Ceremony on Sept. 12 at 10 a.m. at 108 S. Chestnut St.
Welcome to our new Volunteer/Donor Coordinator Rachel Rhodes, and don't forget we have opportunities for YOU to raise funds for Habitat for Humanity of Goldsboro-Wayne.
Habitat Goldsboro-Wayne Executive Director Matt Whittle talks about upcoming events, fundraising opportunities and why people build and volunteer with Habitat for Humanity.
Habitat Goldsboro-Wayne Executive Director Matt Whittle answers your questions about Habitat for Humanity.
Volunteer Coordinator Daniel Nelson fills for Matt with some final thoughts before he bids Habitat Goldsboro-Wayne goodbye.
Why we build ... why do you build? Why we believe Habitat is important and looking for your thoughts about why you're involved with Habitat.
As the federal government reports that the "war on poverty" has been won, other sources say that more people are living in severe poverty today than at any other time in the last 20 years.
Future Habitat homeowners participate in financial education classes that help them develop a solid foundation, often before the building process even begins.
Research from Children’s HealthWatch shows unaffordable and unstable housing not only causes and perpetuates health disparities among individuals, but also balloons healthcare costs in the U.S.
Habitat Moments with Matt - July 2
Welcome to our new website and why you should check out some of the new options in our donate section - Fastest Hammer Fundraiser & Celebrate with Habitat!