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February 2020 | What’s Happening at Habitat

Build a House… Build a Dream Welcomes Back Bill Henley

NBC 10 meteorologist Bill Henley joins us again as the emcee for the 17th Annual Build a House…Build a Dream contest. We’re excited to welcome him back and for the fast-approaching event! There is still time to register a 5th grader or sign up to volunteer at the event.

Homes take Shape at the West Grove Construction Site

We are still looking for future homeowners for our West Grove site! These spots will continue to fill up so now is the time to apply for a home.

“This is an incredible opportunity for people of more modest means to be able to live in a four-bedroom, two-bath house with public sewer and water in a growing community like West Grove and very near great schools – all for a mortgage that will average about $925 a month,” said Bob Norris, Vice President of the Board of Directors for Habitat for Humanity of Chester County. “Where else in this area can you find a four-bedroom home for under $1,000 a month, with no down payment required and a one percent mortgage?”

For more information on applying for a home in West Grove, visit

HfHCC Welcomes the Faith-Based Community to an Open House

We invite you to visit a completed faith-built home and learn about this partnership to help us raise walls, funds, and prayers to make a difference here in Chester County. Join us to learn how God’s grace and the generosity of the Chester County faith community are making a local affordable housing impact for many hard-working families. The open houses will take place on March 10th from 8 AM to 10 AM and on March 16th from 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM. Please follow the link below to register for either date.

Welcome to the Habitat Team: Susie James

Susie James is welcomed to the team as Director of Family Services. Susie is excited about getting to know our future homeowners and be part of their journey. Send Susie a hello at!

Getting ready to spring-clean your home or business?

Don’t discard your unwanted items; donate them instead! Donating your new or gently used and reusable furniture, appliances and building materials keeps them out of landfills and stocks your local nonprofit Habitat ReStore. Bargain shoppers, DIYers, and treasure hunters find deals at a fraction of the retail price, and the proceeds help Habitat partner with local families to build, rehabilitate and repair homes in your community.


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