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Because of You!

  In March, COVID-19 struck our society like no other virus had done before. Like many other organizations, we shut our doors temporarily to protect our staff and community. In May, we asked for your help to continue our mission during these unprecedented times. Because of YOU, our good work and mission has continued. Since …

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Home Together

Our highest priority is the health and safety of our community— staff, clients, volunteers, supporters, and all of our neighbors. During this challenging time, we must remember that we’re all in this together. We’re all home together, and in a time like this, home makes all the difference. We know we aren’t alone in wrestling with difficult …

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Prioritizing Bills During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Have you recently had income loss due to the COVID-19 pandemic? Like many Americans, we are facing uncertain times. Positions have been are currently on furlough or eliminated. If you are having to make difficult decisions on which bills to pay first, please see the recommendations in this article https://clark.com/personal-finance-credit/how-to-prioritize-bills/.

COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic Update

From the desk of our Executive Director: Dear Clay County Habitat for Humanity supporter, I am writing to provide an update about the measures Clay County Habitat is taking to protect our staff, volunteers and the people we serve during the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. These measures are based on guidance from Habitat for Humanity International …

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Welcome Home Lee & Marsh Family

Congratulations to the Lee and Marsh families for becoming homeowners. Both families worked tremendously hard to accomplish their goal of home ownership. During the construction process, many volunteers worked on creating these homes. Thank you to the James Boys, participants of the Leaders Build,  Clay County Chamber of Commerce, Fleming Island United Methodist Church, Kingdom …

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2019 If These Walls Could Talk

                           Supporters of Clay County Habitat for Humanity gathered October 7th to observe World Habitat Day. The impact of Habitat locally and across the world was celebrated at the luncheon. Clay Habitat is proud to have the support of many businesses and individuals. …

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Hurricane Dorian Closures

  The ReStore and Clay County Habitat administration offices will be closed Tuesday and Wednesday. We will continue to update the website and Facebook with any other potential closures. Please be safe during the storm!​

Cost of Home

Nearly 19 million U.S. households today pay half or more of their income on a place to live. That means 1 in 6 families are denied the personal and economic stability that safe, decent and affordable housing provides.That means that 1 in 6 families are forced to make impossible choices. A safe home. Nutritious food …

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Leader’s Build

Clay County Habitat for Humanity hosted a Leaders Build Saturday, April 27th in Green Cove Springs. More than 40 elected officials, executives and other business leaders came together to address the need of affordable housing in Clay County. Members of the community who were present was members of the Clay County Sherriff’s Office, Clerk of Court Tara Green and members of her office, County Commissioner Mike Cella, Clay County Chamber members, Wells Fargo, Nonprofit Center of Northeast Florida, Vystar, Clay County Habitat for Humanity Board of Directors and other community leaders. Orange Park Medical Center sponsored the medic for the event. 

The Leader’s Build construction site will complete Clay County Habitat’s 167th and 168th home. To visit the Clay Today article, please click http://bit.ly/2E7FHvx. 

 

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