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Fayetteville Habitat to join Governor Roy Cooper, state and city officials for an announcement about Oakridge Estates Housing Development

All media and community supporters are invited to attend an announcement at 11:30 a.m. on December 4 at the future site of Oakridge Estates on the corner of Bunce and Old Bunce roads. Attendees will include Governor Roy Cooper, City of Fayetteville officials, NCEM Director Mike Sprayberry, Autry Grading employees, community partners, Habitat supporters, and Habitat staff.

The Oakridge Estates project is a collaborative effort between Fayetteville Area Habitat and the City of Fayetteville to build 47 single family homes on 14.2 acres in a once dilapidated mobile home park and marks a historic partnership between the two organizations in providing affordable housing in underserved and disinvested communities. Once built, at least 15 of the homes will be occupied by individuals and/or families displaced by hurricanes Matthew or Florence.

FAHFH is a City of Fayetteville-approved Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO) and the City’s role in the project will be to serve as an investor while FAHFH’s role as the developer is to ensure affordability of the newly constructed homes for low-to-moderate income homeowners.

Anyone interested in housing assistance through FAHFH’s affordable homeownership program may call (910) 483-0952 for more information.

We’re hiring! Join the team!

The Fayetteville Habitat team is in search of a director of development!

Click here to view all available career opportunities!

Walls Up at “Home for Good”

Together, Jeremy and Mandy Davis lifted up a wooden wall stud on their future home on Williams Street in Clinton.

They were not alone. Volunteers helped them raise the frame on top of concrete and brick foundation. If plans stay on schedule, the Davis family will move in by Christmas with assistance…

Full story.

 

Fayetteville Habitat Seeks Habitat ReStore Associate

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Fayetteville Habitat Seeks Bids for First Sampson County Build

FAHFH  is currently accepting bids from qualified bidders specializing in the areas of construction related to framing, roofing, and siding for its first Sampson County build.

Habitat is seeking the best value offer that is the most responsive to the invitations to bid and most advantageous to Habitat, considering relevant factors such as price, quality, timeliness, prior experience, and overall contractor/vendor value to the Habitat mission and ministry.

Plans and bid specifications can be seen here.

We’re hiring! Join the team!

Click here to see all available career opportunities.

Habitat Welcomes Ret. LTC Tracy Coffin

Fayetteville Habitat welcomes retiring LTC Tracy A. Coffin as Chief Operating Officer. As the new COO, Tracy will oversee departmental performance as it relates to the overall success of the affiliate including finances, human resources, and office operations.

“I am extremely motivated to help those in need and to bring people together to build homes, communities, and hope in Fayetteville and surrounding areas,” said Coffin.

With extensive military operations experience and a M.A. in Management and Leadership, Tracy’s goal is to provide the best support to the staff and to prospective homeowners so that FAHFH becomes the leading provider of affordable housing in the area.

Hailing from Mars Hill, Maine, Coffin is now a long-term resident of Sanford, N.C. after proudly serving 25 years in the U.S. Army.

Please call (910) 483-0952 for more information.

Habitat Ready- Disaster Preparedness

Prepare your household for hurricane season.

Having a family preparedness plan, a disaster supply kit at the ready, and an evacuation plan are just a few of the lifelines that can help you, and others in our community get through a natural disaster.

With hurricane season upon us, planning ahead can protect yourself, your loved ones, and your assets.

Click here for tips and sample plans to keep you Habitat Ready.

Police vs. Fire Build: Sweat, a few pranks and community kinship through Habitat

Habitat for Humanity, families are big winners on Link Street

For the second year, Fayetteville’s fire and police departments faced off Thursday to see which team would be the first to raise the walls on two Habitat for Humanity homes being built on Link Street in the B Street neighborhood.

It was hard to tell who won between the two — homeowners are the real winners. And it was easy to see that everyone involved took the task to heart.

FULL STORY

Your vote for #teamblue supports the Vo family.

The May 31 Police Vs. Fire Build changes the look of a neighborhood, and it leaves a lasting impression on the hearts of our homeowners.

The loss of family members, their home, and more, in war-torn Vietnam, left Mr. and Mrs. Vo emotionally scarred and longing for a chance at a safe and prosperous life.

Mr. and Mrs. Vo arrived in the United States in 2013, with the dream of a better life for themselves, their daughters, and the family they left in Vietnam. From staying with friends, to becoming long-time renters, the Vos eagerly applied for Habitat’s homeownership program after seeing a family member close on their home in Hadley Court.

The process is complete, and the foundation has been laid. The Vos will also become US citizens this year, a huge milestone for anyone.

With Habitat, they’ve become homeowners. The next step is to bring their family home – to their house.

On May 31, the Fayetteville Police Department will try to out-frame the Fire Department. Framing is just the beginning.

“We are excited. Our daughters will be proud.”

You can help the Fayetteville Police Department build a safer and stronger neighborhood for the Vo family.

Engagement and sponsorship of the May 31 Police Vs. Fire Build improves a family’s future for generations to come.

Text ‘give’ to 910.387.4657, or CLICK HERE, to vote and support the build.

 

Fayetteville Area Habitat for Humanity, Inc.
P. O. Box 3166 • 310 Green Street Fayetteville, NC 28302
Phone: (910) 483-0952 • Fax: (910) 486-5472
office@fayettevillenchabitat.org
Habitat ReStore
3833 Bragg Blvd.
(910) 920-4657
restore@fayettevillenchabitat.org