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Annual Appeal Seeks to Raise $150,000 To
Finish Historic Hedstrom Way Project  

You still have time to give to our Annual Appeal.  This year, we hope you will open your heart and help us help those in need of simple, decent, affordable homes.  As you know, we have completed two of the four homes in the Bristol Hedstrom Way sub-division, our most ambitious project ever.  The construction of these homes came right on the heels of two Habitat homes in Rumney and another in Ashland.  We have been doing our very best to build homes and build hope.   

We still need an additional $150,000 to complete this project, making this year's Annual Appeal the most important ever.  If you are familiar with our work due to purchases from or donations to our new ReStore, we are grateful.  Every donation and every purchase helps us raise money toward our effort.  If you have made financial contributions in the past, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts and we know we have many, many families who are grateful for your support.   

All of us here at Pemi-Valley Habitat for Humanity hope you can continue to help us complete our mission to eliminate homelessness and poverty housing in our communities.  We derive our strength and our ability to help others through you. Please extend a helping hand this holiday season.  Thank you very much to all of you who have already donated.

You donate by credit card right here on our website, or you can mail your tax-deductible donation to us at Pemi-Valley Habitat for Humanity, PO Box 238, Plymouth, NH 03264. 

Thank you again for helping us to build homes and build hope!

Pictured above, Pemi-Valley Habitat President Bill York presents a Habitat for Humanity key chain to new homeowners, Patti and Jim Reynolds.  Also shown is Executive Director, Brian McCarthy. 

Below, the Reynolds family enjoying the holiday in their new home.  If you ever needed evidence of what your support can do, here it is. 

Reynolds Family Moves Into New Habitat Home

Second Hedstrom Way Home Complete

This is what your support does.  It changes the lives of local families.  The smiling faces of the Reynolds family are made possible by the volunteers who helped build their home and by the many people who opened their hearts and provided the financial support needed to build this beautiful, energy efficient home.  

We were so pleased to be able to close on the Reynolds home on November 26, in time for Thanksgiving and in plenty of time for the family to settle in to enjoy their first Christmas in their new home.  

We couldn't be more happy for Jim, Patti, Aislen, Hayden and little Paige.  They are a beautiful family and, now, they are a part of the larger Habitat Family.  Thank you to everyone who made this possible.  A big shout out to our Construction Supervisor, Paul Turley and to John Sprague.  John and his family will be the third family in Hedstrom Way and he has been a super volunteer during the construction of the first two homes.  And, we are truly blessed to have Paul Turley of Turley Builders, a skilled builder, a huge Habitat supporter and all-around wonderful man, leading our builds.

 

 

New Facebook Pages

We now have new Facebook Pages for:

      Pemi-Valley Habitat
  
      ReStore

Stop by and like our pages.  You can keep up with happenings both with our build, events and new items at the ReStore.

 







     
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