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Troy-Pike Habitat for Humanity works in partnership with God and people everywhere from all walks of life, to develop communities with people in need by building and renovating houses, so that there are decent houses in decent communities in which every person can experience God’s love and can live and grow into all that God intends. We need your help and invite you to join us in rebuilding homes and families.

Troy-Pike Habitat accepting applications!

We are accepting applications for a Habitat for Humanity home built in 2008 in Brundidge, Alabama, which has recently become available. This is a 2-bedroom and 1-bath house that would be suitable for a small family, couple, or single person.

Applications due in person September 10th at 8am at the Tupper Lightfoot Memorial Library of Brundidge.

Visit the Family Selection page for more information!

Many thanks to Publix Charities!

Troy-Pike Habitat is proud to recognize Publix Super Markets Charities for their on-going and generous support. Publix Charities recently awarded funds to Troy-Pike Habitat for Humanity in support of our up-coming build (more on our new partner family soon!).

Our mission is to provide opportunities for families to live in decent, affordable homes. This is made possible by the hard work of our partner families, volunteers, and donors.

Thank you so much for being a part of our mission!

Thank you Publix!

A big thank you to Publix Super Market Charities for its recent partial sponsorship of our next Habitat home! We have received a grant from Publix Charities which will help us buy the materials we need to get building.

As always – we deeply appreciate the support of our community to make affordable, decent housing a reality. For more information on how Habitat brings people together to build homes and strong communities – and the impact it has – see https://www.habitat.org/our-work/impact 

Take the Plunge!

Join us on January 30th for the second annual polar plunge to support Troy-Pike Habitat for Humanity!

Contact Dianna Lee for more information: 334-807-5113

Registration form: https://www.jotform.com/form/202605906999064?fbclid=IwAR0RIJJR8L9G_lSkmehs7tFXvYcVd1tkSRhhWke4cAAovhY4vZ8OeR5E6j0

Bama in a Box supports Troy-Pike Habitat!

Troy-Pike Habitat for Humanity will be the beneficiary of a donation from Bama in a Box this week!  10% of their sales from today, Wednesday, July 15 through next Tuesday, July 21, will be donated to us!!

Bama in a Box is literally products made in the state of Alabama (there are over 500 products made in Alabama!) assembled by a local Troy company – check them out at BamainaBox.com. A perfect gift for out-of-state friends!

 

It’s that time again – Habitat annual cookie sale!

Please join us this Christmas season for the Troy-Pike Habitat for Humanity Cookie Sale and Fundraiser. For years, every December, bakers from all over Troy and Pike County have donated their homemade cookies, cakes, and candy to the Habitat Cookie Sale. This year we would like to make this annual tradition an even bigger event!

Please help support our mission – putting God’s Love in action – by donating baked goods and by attending the sale. There will be music, friends, and plenty of treats. 😊

Drop off your cookies/cakes/etc on Friday, Dec. 13 – noon to 7pm – at St. Martin of Tours Catholic Church on Elba Highway

The Cookie Sale is at St. Martin’s on Saturday, Dec. 14, 8am – noon

 

 

Wells Fargo Grant!

Thank you to Wells Fargo for our recent grant! We received $4000 this month from Wells Fargo for the purchase of land and home building. We greatly appreciate the support of our corporate partners who share in the mission of Troy-Pike Habitat for Humanity. Together we can build stronger communities. Thanks!

Thanks to our volunteers!

We have had good weather and even better volunteers this winter. Thank you to all of you who have supported us on the build so far – student organizations, local churches, Troy businesses, and the many friends of Habitat who have spent their Saturdays pursuing Habitat’s mission of building decent, affordable housing. Pictured above are just a few of the great folks who have picked up a hammer, paint brush, or screwdriver – 101 Elite Men, ROTC, and the student Habitat chapter, all from Troy University.