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.
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
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!
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.
Construction is well under way for our next Habitat home. Please let us know if you would like to help out – contact the volunteer coordinator.
Williams House Dedication
Thanks so much to everyone who made this house a home for Shermon, Marquetta, and their children!
Troy-Pike Habitat for Humanity would like to invite you to the Dedication Celebration for the Williams Family this Sunday, June 12, at 2 p.m. at 207 W. Fairview St in Troy.
This would not be possible without the help of many dozens of volunteers and donors.
Thank You to Everyone for all your support throughout this build.
The Ceilings are finished thanks to a final push by the KW crew last Friday and this Tuesday, all walls in the house except for the two bathrooms got their first finish coat of paint on them, including all trim. This Saturday, April 16, we are asking for experienced painters to help us paint at least one coat in the bathrooms and a final coat on the walls of all other rooms. As you can see from Stephanie Baker’s clothes, she walks the talk! The KW crew is holding some of the 20 or so paint cans we sent back with them for recycling.
Our next homeowner driving the first nail on his house! We built several walls offsite last week. Watch for more information about the wall raising in a few weeks. Check out our volunteer section to be ready to help.
Please stop by to support us and help your community at our yard sale on Saturday, October 10th, 8-11am. The yard sale will be at the Troy-Pike Habitat building located at 210 Montgomery St. We are accepting building materials (lumber, hardware, light fixtures, tile, flooring, etc.), furniture, and appliances. You can schedule a drop off or pick up.