Habitat for Humanity of Hamilton County and its wonderful corps of volunteers, in partnership with Northview Church and a conglomeration of United Methodist Churches throughout Hamilton County, have completed the affiliate's first multi-family duplex build in Home Place! The friends from Northview Church, the United Methodist Churches, and a number of volunteers and supporters helped dedicate the homes with the Keating and Thacker families on Saturday, September 22, 2012. A simply incredible amount... Read More »
Sometimes, success isn’t a straight line.
Travis Pinckney moved into a Habitat house in Jacksonville, Florida, when he was in middle school. Still, he struggled as a young student. His involvement with a Habitat prep club — which encouraged college plans and, thanks to the generosity of local philanthropists, held out the promise of a full scholarship — competed with the temptations of darker influences. But with hard work and his family’s help, Travis discovered a new path,... Read More »
Habitat for Humanity of Hamilton County received notice last week that Wells Fargo and the Wells Fargo Housing Foundation have once again chosen to partner with our affiliate in creating safe, decent, and affordable housing opportunities for our partner families and are providing a gift of $35,000 to support the construction of a new home in Noblesville! This is a tremendous gift for our affiliate and it clearly demonstrates Wells Fargo's belief in the mission and work of Habitat for Humanity of... Read More »
Habitat for Humanity of Hamilton County and IU Health North and IU Health Saxony teamed up on Friday, May 18th to build complete sets of interior and exterior wall panels for three new Habitat homes! With the help of more than 200 volunteers from IU Health North, IU Health Saxony, Duke Energy, Habitat for Humanity Kokomo, and the Carmel Fire Department, Habitat for Humanity of Hamilton County now has three full sets of panels that will be turned into homes in Noblesville, Cicero, and a home that... Read More »
A group of high school students at Noblesville High School are gaining real world experience and giving back to their community by designing a home for Habitat for Humanity of Hamilton County. The partnership between the students and Habitat for Humanity of Hamilton County was started with a phone call from Noblesville High School teacher, Joe Toms, to Rhett Cecil, CEO of the Hamilton County Habitat affiliate, regarding the students working on a design of a Habitat home as a part of their participation... Read More »