We are pleased to announce our 3rd open application round of 2019 starting July 1 through July 31 for the Critical Repairs program. Please note we are unable to accept inquiries for our New Build Program during this round; we are only able to accept Critical Repairs applications at this time.
Habitat for Humanity of Worcester County offers both Home Ownership and Critical Repair programs. Critical repairs are for existing Worcester County homeowners who are otherwise unable to complete the work themselves or obtain a conventional loan to do so. HFHWC participates in the national Habitat exterior repair program. Examples of critical home repairs are roofing, exterior painting, accessibility, weatherization and repair of other structural issues such as porch, stairs, siding and gutters.
Habitat for Humanity of Worcester County recently held its annual meeting, inducted new Executive Board leadership and said farewell to a long-serving board member. Matthew Manos who has served as Board of Directors President for the past 18 months, passed the torch of leadership to new President, Vicki Harmon. Mark Vastine, former Secretary, transitioned to Vice President. Chris Jett, continues on in the role of Treasurer.
Habitat for Humanity of Worcester County, Inc. (HFHWC) is hosting an upcoming”mini build” fundraiser. HFHWC has joined forces with the Bay Club/Carl Freeman Companies and Piney Island Construction to bring this creative project to fruition. Volunteers from the affiliate and both sponsors will build the playhouse to raffle off just in time for the holidays.
Habitat for Humanity of Worcester County was awarded a $5,000 grant from Merrill Lynch, a Bank of America Corporation. The funding from this grant will go towards Habitat’s upcoming home build in Bishopville, this fall.
Habitat for Humanity of Worcester County is pleased to announce it has received a $40,000 grant from The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation for its upcoming single-family home build in Bishopville, this fall.
Habitat for Humanity of Worcester County will join its supporters and many eager shoppers on Thursday, August 30th to celebrate the grand opening of the first Habitat ReStore in Worcester County. The new ReStore is located at 9026 Worcester Highway in Berlin. A multi-chamber ribbon cutting ceremony will take place from 11:30 am to noon. Doors open to the public immediately following the ribbon cutting, providing customers with the first opportunity to browse and shop the new Restore.
Habitat for Humanity of Worcester County, Inc. (HFHWC) recently held its annual meeting and inducted three new members to its Board of Directors. The new board members include: Dr. Mithila Jegathesan, Pediatrician, Chesapeake Pediatrics & Adolescent Associates, Matthew Record, Principal, Pocomoke Middle School, Dr. Jason Yonker, Ophthalmologist, Chesapeake Eye Center. (Also shown in picture is Matthew Manos, Board President).
Habitat for Humanity of Worcester County is proud to announce and welcome Justin Cannon as the Manager for the new Habitat ReStore in Worcester County. "We are very excited to have Justin come on board. The combination of his experience, creativity and excitement for the position is exactly what we need to make Worcester County’s first Habitat ReStore a success” says Andrea Bowland, Executive Director of Habitat Worcester.
Habitat for Humanity of Worcester County (HFHWC) is pleased to announce it has received a $3,500 grant from the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore (CFES) for its Critical Home Repair Program.
We are pleased to announce the availability of $50,000 in Community Investment Tax Credits awarded by the Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD). The allocations of State tax credits are used as incentives to attract contributions and leverage up to $100,000 in donations from individuals and businesses which will go directly towards costs associated with our upcoming Jefferson Street Project.
HUGE thank you to Bank of America Merrill Lynch's VP & Wealth Management Advisor, Christine Selzer, CFP, for presenting us with a $5,000 check. "We are so grateful to Bank of America, Christine Selzer and our local Merrill Lynch branch for this most generous donation. The funds provided will go directly towards our next project benefitting a Worcester County family" said Andrea Bowland, Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity of Worcester County.
Located on Flower Street at Cannery Way in Berlin, Md, Cannery Village currently has five, 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom single family homes available at $950 per month.
In 2015 Habitat for Humanity of Worcester County expanded its reach through participation in a program designed to help homeowners dealing with disaster damage.