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The goal of MCHFH is to eliminate poverty housing in Marion County by building one, decent, afordable home at a time.
Have you ever thought about how much you could change things just by volunteering your time and talents to MCHFH?
What started as a vision 6 months following the devastating flooding caused by Hurricane Matthew in early October 2016 took a huge step towards a reality when the Marion County Healthcare Foundation awarded Marion County Habitat for Humanity a $45,000 grant to be applied towards the construction costs for the project. Once completed, the dormitory will be able to house up to 42 volunteers. We are confident that this project will serve as a huge asset to Marion County's ability to repsond to the work remaining in the recovery of both Hurricane Matthew and Hurricane Florence. It will also allow the county to be proactive in the case of any future natural disaster.
Marion County Habitat for Humanity recently received a $25,000 grant from the Central Carolina Community Foundation, One SC Fund Flood Relief Fund that will be applied towards the construction cost of our Diaster Relief Dormitory. This dormitory will be used to house volunteers and volunteer organization that come to Marion County to assist in the cleanup, repair and rebuild of homes following natural disasters. Thank you Central Carolina Cimmunity Foundation!
We would also like to thank the following contributers to the Dormitory Project:
Marion County Habitat for Humanity is a locally run affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian housing organization. Habitat for Humanity works in partnership with people in need to build decent, affordable family housing. The houses are then sold to our partnering families at no profit and with no interest cost.
Volunteers provide most of the labor, while individual, church, civic and corporate donors provide money and materials to build Habitat houses. Partnering families must invest 300 hundred hours of labor ("sweat equity") into building their homes and the homes of other potential Habitat homeowners. Habitat homeowner mortgage payments go into a revolving fund. Those funds are then used to build more houses.