Our Builds

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

2018 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 17 homes in Williamson County. This year’s home will be number 18!

Thank you to our 2018 Habitat High Partner Schools: Brentwood High School, Centennial High School, Currey Ingram Academy, Franklin High School, Harpeth Christian Tutorial, Independence High School, Ravenwood High School, and Summit High School.

Habitat High Shirt!

Habitat High T-shirtsPurchase your own Habitat High shirt! Five dollars from each shirt sold will be donated to Habitat for Humanity for Humanity of Williamson and Maury Counties (HFHWM), and we will credit that money toward the associated school’s fundraising goal.

 

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 Carlesta Jones to the Habitat homeownership program.

Carlesta Jones Carlesta Jones is a native of Columbia, Tennessee and attended Columbia Central High School. She has three children: Lamanus, age 9; Jaseanti, age 5; and baby Courtney, 3 months.

Lamanus, Carlesta’s 9 year old son, is autistic and struggles at school and making friends. “In our current area, it is hard for him to go outside and play. Neighborhood children tease him, and it’s not easy. He also has a tendency to wander off, so I need to be with him at all times when he is outside to make sure he is okay. We look forward to having a fenced yard where Lamanus can get outside and stretch his legs without me hovering over him and worrying about him. I am very thankful for this opportunity and know it will be a great blessing for my children. Thank you one thousand times to everyone that is involved with my build!”

Construction on the Jones home begins on February 24, 2018 in Columbia. The dedication is projected for April 26, 2017. Learn more about the Jones family.

Thank you to our sponsors!

Habitat High 2018
$30,000 raised
of $70,000
43%

 

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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 Bridgestone General Motors Nissan Thrivent Financial GivingMatters.com