Habitat Greenville will also help provide for revitalization projects of existing owner-occupied homes in Laurens County.
Since opening in 1985, Habitat Greenville has built over 405 homes.
Leading the effort is Joseph Fields, recently brought on as Habitat for Humanity of Greenville County’s vice president of equity.
The house in Nicholtown’s Heritage Hills community also serves as a symbol of community between people of different faith traditions.
Habitat for Humanity of Greenville County is ready to build again, even as prices for construction materials rise.
Volunteers from Prisma Health worked on eight Habitat for Humanity builds across the state.
“We want the community to sit at the table and decide what they need, and we’ll be there to support them.” - Mark Steenback, Habitat for Humanity Greenville County chief resource officer.
City Council approved a proposal on first reading to require any new thrift store be separated by at least 200 feet from residential properties.
For Amanda Piper and her daughter, Grace, age 6, 2020 will hold memories of more than just a pandemic.
Members of the Abrahamic faiths -- Islam, Judaism, and Christianity -- will work together over the next 12 weeks until the Habitat house is complete.
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Habitat Greenville’s next Strategy Plan, effective July 1 with the start of its fiscal year, commits the nonprofit to serving 300 families with affordable housing through FY 2023, more than double the 144 families served by the current plan.
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"Santos was in remission for about a week when Habitat called, and I told my son that God had answered our prayers."