- Future Homeowners
- Home Dedications
- Volunteer Outreach
A Place To Call HomeBrian Clark, Executive Director, heads the NSBHA in New Smyrna Beach. Second in command is Teresa Pope, Deputy Director. As Deputy Director, Teresa Pope manages the day-to-day operations that have earned the NSBHA very high grades from HUD and other housing authority agencies. The NSBHA has been placed in the “High Performance” category. This is today – 2015. Looking back to 1999, you’d see a Teresa Pope facing some very tough challenges including the need to find a place to call home.
Training young people to go out into the world with more skills, leading to better careers. Find out more about our hard working team leaders and the role they play at SE Volusia Habitat for Humanity.
Collegiate Challenge: Long Island University
Meet Our Second Group of Care-a-Vanners!
Our latest group of three Care-a-Vanners arrived on November 30th to work with us building homes for local families in Edgewater and New Smyrna Beach. They will stay until December 14th. These teams bring skill, hard work and long hours to Habitat affiliates around the country, helping us to provide more houses for local families in need of a safe, decent home to call their own.
Care-A-Vanners Bring Expertise and More!
These inspiring volunteers build tirelessly every day, and bring faith, friendship and laughter to our affiliate.
Team Build Day with Women from Pershing
On Wednesday, October 29th, members of Pershing LLC, a financial clearing firm in Sanford, and a BNY Mellon company, came to spend the day volunteering to help build a new home on Lime Tree Drive in Edgewater.
Habitat Volunteers Making a Difference
National Make a Difference Day
October the 25th was MAKE A DIFFERENCE DAY. On this special nationally recognized weekend, thousands of volunteers help to make a difference in people’s lives by doing a good turn.
In Pink Shirts and Orange Aprons, Women Build for Habitat
Thanks to all who made the Women Build of October 15th a grand success!
Read how 42 women from various businesses and local government took time off to build for Habitat in the fight against poverty housing by joining together to frame a new home for a family in need in Edgewater.
Local Restaurants Step Up In a Big Way!
Three local restaurants have sponsored homes this year! McKenna’s Seafood, McDonalds and Norwood’s have each contributed the total cost of materials to build homes for families in need of assistance.
See This Week’s Special Bargains!
CARE A VANNERS: April 20-May 3
WOMEN BUILD: Wednesday, May 6th
MCKENNA’S NIGHT: Mon, May 11 from 5pm
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Seeking to put God's love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, community and hope.
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