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private:habitatchattanooga-2 1298038 May 28th, 2019 12:00AM Habitat For Humanity of Greater Chattanooga Area 613 25.00 Open Nonprofit Organization Management May 28th, 2019 05:00PM May 28th, 2019 05:00PM With all of the violence and crime in our communities it can be hard to know where to start to make a difference, but what if there was one thing that would attack a root cause of poverty? Study after study has shown that the lack of decent and affordable housing is a root cause of poverty worldwide. Habitat for Humanity of Greater Chattanooga Area is attacking poverty here in our community one home, home family at a time, by using new homes and home repairs to drive family and community economic development. Here's how: • We take vacant land and build simple, decent and affordable homes, which supports the local tax base. • Materials are purchased from local building materials suppliers, sustaining jobs. • Local tradespeople provide key services helping them support their families. • Savings on utility bills thanks to Energy Star 3.0 standards help families stretch their budgets. • Investment in new homes (or in exterior repairs) encourages neighborhood improvements. • Stable housing positively impacts the health and productivity of our homebuyers. There are no give-aways in the Habitat program. Partners pay closing costs, put in “Sweat Equity” – in classes about homeownership and in working at Habitat’s office, our ReStore and on other partner’s homes. Volunteers provide most of the labor, while individuals and corporate donors provide money and materials. Partner family's zero interest mortgage payments help Habitat offer opportunities to more families. As part of its ministry, HFHGCA operates the ReStore, a building materials store featuring building materials and some home goods, all at 50-75% off retail. HFHGCA has been at work in Chattanooga since 1986, and is affiliated with Habitat for Humanity International, a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian housing organization. HFHGCA provides Equal Housing Opportunity, Equal Employment Opportunity, and is a Drug Free Workplace. More information is available at www.habichatt.org. Open Community Development, Housing Education, House Building, Fighting Poverty Open
private:habitatchattanooga-2 1298038 Feb 17th, 2018 12:00AM Habitat For Humanity of Greater Chattanooga Area 592 23.00 Open Nonprofit Organization Management Feb 17th, 2018 02:25PM Feb 17th, 2018 02:25PM With all of the violence and crime in our communities it can be hard to know where to start to make a difference, but what if there was one thing that would attack a root cause of poverty? Study after study has shown that the lack of decent and affordable housing is a root cause of poverty worldwide. Habitat for Humanity of Greater Chattanooga Area is attacking poverty here in our community one home, home family at a time, by using new homes and home repairs to drive family and community economic development. Here's how: • We take vacant land and build simple, decent and affordable homes, which supports the local tax base. • Materials are purchased from local building materials suppliers, sustaining jobs. • Local tradespeople provide key services helping them support their families. • Savings on utility bills thanks to Energy Star 3.0 standards help families stretch their budgets. • Investment in new homes (or in exterior repairs) encourages neighborhood improvements. • Stable housing positively impacts the health and productivity of our homebuyers. There are no give-aways in the Habitat program. Partners pay closing costs, put in “Sweat Equity” – in classes about homeownership and in working at Habitat’s office, our ReStore and on other partner’s homes. Volunteers provide most of the labor, while individuals and corporate donors provide money and materials. Partner family's zero interest mortgage payments help Habitat offer opportunities to more families. As part of its ministry, HFHGCA operates the ReStore, a building materials store featuring building materials and some home goods, all at 50-75% off retail. HFHGCA has been at work in Chattanooga since 1986, and is affiliated with Habitat for Humanity International, a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian housing organization. HFHGCA provides Equal Housing Opportunity, Equal Employment Opportunity, and is a Drug Free Workplace. More information is available at www.habichatt.org.
private:habitatchattanooga-2 1298038 Feb 16th, 2018 12:00AM Habitat For Humanity of Greater Chattanooga Area 592 23.00 Open Nonprofit Organization Management Feb 16th, 2017 08:15AM Feb 16th, 2017 08:15AM With all of the violence and crime in our communities it can be hard to know where to start to make a difference, but what if there was one thing that would attack a root cause of poverty? Study after study has shown that the lack of decent and affordable housing is a root cause of poverty worldwide. Habitat for Humanity of Greater Chattanooga Area is attacking poverty here in our community one home, home family at a time, by using new homes and home repairs to drive family and community economic development. Here's how: • We take vacant land and build simple, decent and affordable homes, which supports the local tax base. • Materials are purchased from local building materials suppliers, sustaining jobs. • Local tradespeople provide key services helping them support their families. • Savings on utility bills thanks to Energy Star 3.0 standards help families stretch their budgets. • Investment in new homes (or in exterior repairs) encourages neighborhood improvements. • Stable housing positively impacts the health and productivity of our homebuyers. There are no give-aways in the Habitat program. Partners pay closing costs, put in “Sweat Equity” – in classes about homeownership and in working at Habitat’s office, our ReStore and on other partner’s homes. Volunteers provide most of the labor, while individuals and corporate donors provide money and materials. Partner family's zero interest mortgage payments help Habitat offer opportunities to more families. As part of its ministry, HFHGCA operates the ReStore, a building materials store featuring building materials and some home goods, all at 50-75% off retail. HFHGCA has been at work in Chattanooga since 1986, and is affiliated with Habitat for Humanity International, a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian housing organization. HFHGCA provides Equal Housing Opportunity, Equal Employment Opportunity, and is a Drug Free Workplace. More information is available at www.habichatt.org.
private:habitatchattanooga-2 1298038 Feb 15th, 2018 12:00AM Habitat For Humanity of Greater Chattanooga Area 592 23.00 Open Nonprofit Organization Management Feb 15th, 2017 10:07AM Feb 15th, 2017 10:07AM With all of the violence and crime in our communities it can be hard to know where to start to make a difference, but what if there was one thing that would attack a root cause of poverty? Study after study has shown that the lack of decent and affordable housing is a root cause of poverty worldwide. Habitat for Humanity of Greater Chattanooga Area is attacking poverty here in our community one home, home family at a time, by using new homes and home repairs to drive family and community economic development. Here's how: • We take vacant land and build simple, decent and affordable homes, which supports the local tax base. • Materials are purchased from local building materials suppliers, sustaining jobs. • Local tradespeople provide key services helping them support their families. • Savings on utility bills thanks to Energy Star 3.0 standards help families stretch their budgets. • Investment in new homes (or in exterior repairs) encourages neighborhood improvements. • Stable housing positively impacts the health and productivity of our homebuyers. There are no give-aways in the Habitat program. Partners pay closing costs, put in “Sweat Equity” – in classes about homeownership and in working at Habitat’s office, our ReStore and on other partner’s homes. Volunteers provide most of the labor, while individuals and corporate donors provide money and materials. Partner family's zero interest mortgage payments help Habitat offer opportunities to more families. As part of its ministry, HFHGCA operates the ReStore, a building materials store featuring building materials and some home goods, all at 50-75% off retail. HFHGCA has been at work in Chattanooga since 1986, and is affiliated with Habitat for Humanity International, a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian housing organization. HFHGCA provides Equal Housing Opportunity, Equal Employment Opportunity, and is a Drug Free Workplace. More information is available at www.habichatt.org.
private:habitatchattanooga-2 1298038 Feb 14th, 2018 12:00AM Habitat For Humanity of Greater Chattanooga Area 592 23.00 Open Nonprofit Organization Management Feb 14th, 2017 01:50PM Feb 14th, 2017 01:50PM With all of the violence and crime in our communities it can be hard to know where to start to make a difference, but what if there was one thing that would attack a root cause of poverty? Study after study has shown that the lack of decent and affordable housing is a root cause of poverty worldwide. Habitat for Humanity of Greater Chattanooga Area is attacking poverty here in our community one home, home family at a time, by using new homes and home repairs to drive family and community economic development. Here's how: • We take vacant land and build simple, decent and affordable homes, which supports the local tax base. • Materials are purchased from local building materials suppliers, sustaining jobs. • Local tradespeople provide key services helping them support their families. • Savings on utility bills thanks to Energy Star 3.0 standards help families stretch their budgets. • Investment in new homes (or in exterior repairs) encourages neighborhood improvements. • Stable housing positively impacts the health and productivity of our homebuyers. There are no give-aways in the Habitat program. Partners pay closing costs, put in “Sweat Equity” – in classes about homeownership and in working at Habitat’s office, our ReStore and on other partner’s homes. Volunteers provide most of the labor, while individuals and corporate donors provide money and materials. Partner family's zero interest mortgage payments help Habitat offer opportunities to more families. As part of its ministry, HFHGCA operates the ReStore, a building materials store featuring building materials and some home goods, all at 50-75% off retail. HFHGCA has been at work in Chattanooga since 1986, and is affiliated with Habitat for Humanity International, a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian housing organization. HFHGCA provides Equal Housing Opportunity, Equal Employment Opportunity, and is a Drug Free Workplace. More information is available at www.habichatt.org.
private:habitatchattanooga-2 1298038 Feb 13th, 2018 12:00AM Habitat For Humanity of Greater Chattanooga Area 592 23.00 Open Nonprofit Organization Management Feb 13th, 2017 04:11PM Feb 13th, 2017 04:11PM With all of the violence and crime in our communities it can be hard to know where to start to make a difference, but what if there was one thing that would attack a root cause of poverty? Study after study has shown that the lack of decent and affordable housing is a root cause of poverty worldwide. Habitat for Humanity of Greater Chattanooga Area is attacking poverty here in our community one home, home family at a time, by using new homes and home repairs to drive family and community economic development. Here's how: • We take vacant land and build simple, decent and affordable homes, which supports the local tax base. • Materials are purchased from local building materials suppliers, sustaining jobs. • Local tradespeople provide key services helping them support their families. • Savings on utility bills thanks to Energy Star 3.0 standards help families stretch their budgets. • Investment in new homes (or in exterior repairs) encourages neighborhood improvements. • Stable housing positively impacts the health and productivity of our homebuyers. There are no give-aways in the Habitat program. Partners pay closing costs, put in “Sweat Equity” – in classes about homeownership and in working at Habitat’s office, our ReStore and on other partner’s homes. Volunteers provide most of the labor, while individuals and corporate donors provide money and materials. Partner family's zero interest mortgage payments help Habitat offer opportunities to more families. As part of its ministry, HFHGCA operates the ReStore, a building materials store featuring building materials and some home goods, all at 50-75% off retail. HFHGCA has been at work in Chattanooga since 1986, and is affiliated with Habitat for Humanity International, a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian housing organization. HFHGCA provides Equal Housing Opportunity, Equal Employment Opportunity, and is a Drug Free Workplace. More information is available at www.habichatt.org.
private:habitatchattanooga-2 1298038 Feb 12th, 2018 12:00AM Habitat For Humanity of Greater Chattanooga Area 592 23.00 Open Nonprofit Organization Management Feb 12th, 2017 04:15AM Feb 12th, 2017 04:15AM With all of the violence and crime in our communities it can be hard to know where to start to make a difference, but what if there was one thing that would attack a root cause of poverty? Study after study has shown that the lack of decent and affordable housing is a root cause of poverty worldwide. Habitat for Humanity of Greater Chattanooga Area is attacking poverty here in our community one home, home family at a time, by using new homes and home repairs to drive family and community economic development. Here's how: • We take vacant land and build simple, decent and affordable homes, which supports the local tax base. • Materials are purchased from local building materials suppliers, sustaining jobs. • Local tradespeople provide key services helping them support their families. • Savings on utility bills thanks to Energy Star 3.0 standards help families stretch their budgets. • Investment in new homes (or in exterior repairs) encourages neighborhood improvements. • Stable housing positively impacts the health and productivity of our homebuyers. There are no give-aways in the Habitat program. Partners pay closing costs, put in “Sweat Equity” – in classes about homeownership and in working at Habitat’s office, our ReStore and on other partner’s homes. Volunteers provide most of the labor, while individuals and corporate donors provide money and materials. Partner family's zero interest mortgage payments help Habitat offer opportunities to more families. As part of its ministry, HFHGCA operates the ReStore, a building materials store featuring building materials and some home goods, all at 50-75% off retail. HFHGCA has been at work in Chattanooga since 1986, and is affiliated with Habitat for Humanity International, a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian housing organization. HFHGCA provides Equal Housing Opportunity, Equal Employment Opportunity, and is a Drug Free Workplace. More information is available at www.habichatt.org.
private:habitatchattanooga-2 1298038 Feb 11th, 2018 12:00AM Habitat For Humanity of Greater Chattanooga Area 592 23.00 Open Nonprofit Organization Management Feb 11th, 2017 05:35AM Feb 11th, 2017 05:35AM With all of the violence and crime in our communities it can be hard to know where to start to make a difference, but what if there was one thing that would attack a root cause of poverty? Study after study has shown that the lack of decent and affordable housing is a root cause of poverty worldwide. Habitat for Humanity of Greater Chattanooga Area is attacking poverty here in our community one home, home family at a time, by using new homes and home repairs to drive family and community economic development. Here's how: • We take vacant land and build simple, decent and affordable homes, which supports the local tax base. • Materials are purchased from local building materials suppliers, sustaining jobs. • Local tradespeople provide key services helping them support their families. • Savings on utility bills thanks to Energy Star 3.0 standards help families stretch their budgets. • Investment in new homes (or in exterior repairs) encourages neighborhood improvements. • Stable housing positively impacts the health and productivity of our homebuyers. There are no give-aways in the Habitat program. Partners pay closing costs, put in “Sweat Equity” – in classes about homeownership and in working at Habitat’s office, our ReStore and on other partner’s homes. Volunteers provide most of the labor, while individuals and corporate donors provide money and materials. Partner family's zero interest mortgage payments help Habitat offer opportunities to more families. As part of its ministry, HFHGCA operates the ReStore, a building materials store featuring building materials and some home goods, all at 50-75% off retail. HFHGCA has been at work in Chattanooga since 1986, and is affiliated with Habitat for Humanity International, a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian housing organization. HFHGCA provides Equal Housing Opportunity, Equal Employment Opportunity, and is a Drug Free Workplace. More information is available at www.habichatt.org.
private:habitatchattanooga-2 1298038 Feb 10th, 2018 12:00AM Habitat For Humanity of Greater Chattanooga Area 592 23.00 Open Nonprofit Organization Management Feb 10th, 2017 06:43AM Feb 10th, 2017 06:43AM With all of the violence and crime in our communities it can be hard to know where to start to make a difference, but what if there was one thing that would attack a root cause of poverty? Study after study has shown that the lack of decent and affordable housing is a root cause of poverty worldwide. Habitat for Humanity of Greater Chattanooga Area is attacking poverty here in our community one home, home family at a time, by using new homes and home repairs to drive family and community economic development. Here's how: • We take vacant land and build simple, decent and affordable homes, which supports the local tax base. • Materials are purchased from local building materials suppliers, sustaining jobs. • Local tradespeople provide key services helping them support their families. • Savings on utility bills thanks to Energy Star 3.0 standards help families stretch their budgets. • Investment in new homes (or in exterior repairs) encourages neighborhood improvements. • Stable housing positively impacts the health and productivity of our homebuyers. There are no give-aways in the Habitat program. Partners pay closing costs, put in “Sweat Equity” – in classes about homeownership and in working at Habitat’s office, our ReStore and on other partner’s homes. Volunteers provide most of the labor, while individuals and corporate donors provide money and materials. Partner family's zero interest mortgage payments help Habitat offer opportunities to more families. As part of its ministry, HFHGCA operates the ReStore, a building materials store featuring building materials and some home goods, all at 50-75% off retail. HFHGCA has been at work in Chattanooga since 1986, and is affiliated with Habitat for Humanity International, a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian housing organization. HFHGCA provides Equal Housing Opportunity, Equal Employment Opportunity, and is a Drug Free Workplace. More information is available at www.habichatt.org.
private:habitatchattanooga-2 1298038 Feb 9th, 2018 12:00AM Habitat For Humanity of Greater Chattanooga Area 592 23.00 Open Nonprofit Organization Management Feb 9th, 2017 08:57AM Feb 9th, 2017 08:57AM With all of the violence and crime in our communities it can be hard to know where to start to make a difference, but what if there was one thing that would attack a root cause of poverty? Study after study has shown that the lack of decent and affordable housing is a root cause of poverty worldwide. Habitat for Humanity of Greater Chattanooga Area is attacking poverty here in our community one home, home family at a time, by using new homes and home repairs to drive family and community economic development. Here's how: • We take vacant land and build simple, decent and affordable homes, which supports the local tax base. • Materials are purchased from local building materials suppliers, sustaining jobs. • Local tradespeople provide key services helping them support their families. • Savings on utility bills thanks to Energy Star 3.0 standards help families stretch their budgets. • Investment in new homes (or in exterior repairs) encourages neighborhood improvements. • Stable housing positively impacts the health and productivity of our homebuyers. There are no give-aways in the Habitat program. Partners pay closing costs, put in “Sweat Equity” – in classes about homeownership and in working at Habitat’s office, our ReStore and on other partner’s homes. Volunteers provide most of the labor, while individuals and corporate donors provide money and materials. Partner family's zero interest mortgage payments help Habitat offer opportunities to more families. As part of its ministry, HFHGCA operates the ReStore, a building materials store featuring building materials and some home goods, all at 50-75% off retail. HFHGCA has been at work in Chattanooga since 1986, and is affiliated with Habitat for Humanity International, a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian housing organization. HFHGCA provides Equal Housing Opportunity, Equal Employment Opportunity, and is a Drug Free Workplace. More information is available at www.habichatt.org.

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