Our Builds

We have built more than 200 homes in Williamson and Maury Counties and continue to build 10-12 new homes per year

2020 Habitat High Build

Habitat High helps cultivate the next generation of community-minded young people by providing high school students an opportunity to raise funds for and actually construct a Habitat home for a lower-income family. Since 1997, high school students have built 19 homes in Williamson County. This year’s home will be number 20!

Thank you to our 2020 Habitat High Partner Schools, Brentwood High School, Centennial High School, Currey Ingram Academy, Franklin High School, Page High School, Ravenwood High School, Penny & a Prayer, Spring Hill High School, and Summit High School, and to our sponsors Lasko ProductsConcordia University, Widener University, and Harborside Academy in Kenosha.

Want to see Habitat High in action?

Check out this video made by Currey Ingram Academy during Habitat High 2015.

Want to help your favorite school raise funds for Habitat High?

First Giving

Every year local schools set aside rivalries and band together to fundraise, advocate, and build a home with Habitat Williamson-Maury. Students will organize events and other fundraisers to help sponsor a home build! Click the logo to the left and choose a student to sponsor.

We are excited to welcome Joshlin McKissack to the Habitat homeownership program.

McKissak Famlly

Joshlin was ecstatic when she heard she was going to be a future homeowner. “I want to better my children’s lives and I’m so excited that Habitat has accepted me. This is truly a blessing from God. I’m so excited to get to know the other families and help build my house. I’d like to thank everyone who has sponsored my home and everyone who will be helping me build. You all could have chosen to donate your time and resources elsewhere, but you chose to help my family. I am beyond grateful,” she said.

Joshlin works full-time at Maristone of Franklin and is mother to three beautiful children, Ashureah (16), Abria (5), & Joshua (3).

Construction on the McKissack home begins on February 22, 2020 in Columbia, TN. The dedication is projected for April 13, 2019. Learn more about the McKissack family.
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featured partners

Habitat for Humanity’s vision is a world where everyone has a decent place to live. The support of our generous partners helps make our vision a reality and has a huge impact in the lives of families.

Brentwood United Methodist Church Nissan Thrivent Financial GivingMatters.com Community Foundation of Middle TN