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Building Strength, Stability & Self-reliance through Shelter

Homeownership Application Period is NOW CLOSED

The Application Period for Homeownership is now closed.  If you have any questions, or have additional documentation to provide for an already active application, please reach out to:

Willmarie Austin

(704) 786-4001 ext. 104

willmarie@habitatcabarrus.org

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2024 Golf Tournament

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Helping Local Seniors ‘Age in Place’ by repairing homes

Habitat Cabarrus partners with Lowe’s

Habitat for Humanity Cabarrus County (Habitat Cabarrus) received a $31,166 Lowes grant to help fund more than 10 critical home repairs in Cabarrus County. More than 230 critical home repairs have been completed since 2020. Over 72% of those homeowners were seniors and 50% were disabled.

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2023 Golf Tournament Raises $38,000

Thank you Preferred Supply!

Habitat Cabarrus is one of more than 230 Habitat for Humanity affiliates awarded grant funding through the 2023 Wells Fargo Builds program

Habitat Cabarrus Receives $77,000 Grant from Wells Fargo to Expand Access to Affordable Homes in Cabarrus County

The Wells Fargo Foundation has awarded $77,000 in grant funding to Habitat for Humanity Cabarrus County (Habitat Cabarrus) for the third year in a row for a total of $237,000 in support of decent and affordable homes in Cabarrus County. Habitat Cabarrus is one of more than 230 Habitat for Humanity affiliates awarded grant funding nationwide through the 2023 Wells Fargo Builds program to help more, low to moderate income families access affordable homes.

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Allowing older homeowners to age in place

Habitat for Humanity Cabarrus County receives a $90,000 grant from Lowe’s to improve home safety and health outcomes in Cabarrus County

Habitat for Humanity Cabarrus County has received a $90,000 grant from Lowe’s to help complete 15 Critical Home Repair Projects in Cabarrus County. The funding is part of Lowe’s partnership renewal with Habitat for Humanity that includes a donation of $2.5 million to support 100 local Habitat organizations undertaking home repair and rehab projects across the U.S.

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We all have the potential to stand on our own.

a home is a stabilizing force for a family.

“Having my own home will give me independence from living in public housing” from Kea’s application letter

Kea is a strong, hard working, single mom who put herself through college while raising her son and working a full time job.  Finding affordable housing was extremely difficult for her on her salary and she wasn’t able to take on another job because she was getting her college degree.  Kea and her son were living in an apartment for several years while trying to find another housing alternative.  Day after day, they would wake to the neighbor’s arguing and hear everything because the walls were so thin.  It was hard to study too.  One day her neighbor was arrested in front of her apartment and that was the pivotal moment when she knew she had to move.  She wanted to feel safe and to provide a better atmosphere for her son to grow up in.  Kea’s mother told her to apply to Habitat.  She is so grateful for the opportunity because she was able to purchase a two bedroom home in the same neighborhood where her best friend lives.

Kea is now able to provide her son with security because they live in their own home in a safe neighborhood.  She now has peace of mind and stability that affordable homeownership offer with the knowledge and skills to provide for her and her son well into the future.

“The financial classes taught me so much about money management and how to be responsible with my money, how to save and invest.”  Kea K.

 

Future Homeowners: The Sausedo-Flores Family

The Sausedo-Flores family currently live in a two bedroom mobile home that is falling apart despite their best efforts to fix things.  Anna is a stay at home mom and Rigo works construction.  They have four children (3 girls, 1 boy). When the weather is good Rigo has plenty of work but when the weather is bad he rarely does.  Rigo has used that time to make repairs on their current home but even with repairs and new windows they still have mold/mildew issues and are extremely overcrowded in their tiny home.  Anna’s sister works for a greenhouse and she had seen others benefit from Habitat in Charlotte so she recommended us to Anna.  Anna and Rigo are almost finished with their 250 sweat equity hours (per adult), which many have been on their own house.  They will have a mortgage they can afford for a brand new home they can call their own.  The oldest daughter, who is artistic has never had her own room before and is excited to paint flowers on her walls.

“When I first brought my kids to the site where the house was being built I was overwhelmed with such gratitude.  We are blessed.  I pray every night and thank God.”  Anna L.F.

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