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Habitat's Mission

Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.

October Women Build Day

October Women Build Day

Shades of Blue from ReStore

Havertys Sofa and Chair in Blue

Haverty Sofa and Chair

Haverty Sofa and Chair

Shown is a beautiful Havertys Sofa and Chair we just received. The blue is a pretty soft color and the fabric is heavy duty microfiber. The Sofa is $250.00 and the chair sold separately is $150.00
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Grateful to St Paul’s Volunteers

The mission group of 14 volunteers from St Paul’s UCC in Pickneyville, Illinois joined us once again and did a great job of getting 3316 Lime Tree Drive, Edgewater, ready for the Parrish partner family.

St. Paul UCC with family partner Lee Curtsinger

St. Paul UCC with family partner Lee Curtsinger

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100…. and Counting

A home dedication is always a joyous occasion and never more than on June 28th when Construction Supervisor Ray Alnutt handed the keys of Southeast Volusia Habitat’s one-hundredth home to Erika Reyman and her sons, Jeremiah and Isiah, to cheers and applause from many well wishers.

A new home for

A new home for Erika and her sons.

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Care-A-Vanners Are Coming to SEV Habitat for Humanity

These wonderful volunteer teams travel in their RV’s, making a difference in the lives of those less fortunate by participating in building projects
in partnership with local Habitat affiliates all over the country.

RV Care A Vanners

RV Care A Vanners

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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.







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