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.
The 2016 Troy-Pike Habitat Cookie Sale will take place
Saturday, December 3rd, 8 AM until noon
at the First United Methodist Church in Troy
The cookies and candy will be sold by the pound.
Cakes and crafts will have a marked price.
New This Year: Decorate Sugar Cookies
Please bring baked goods and crafts to be sold
to Troy First United Methodist Church
on December 2nd, between 2 and 8 PM
Annual fundraiser for building Habitat for Humanity homes in Pike County
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.
We will be having another yard sale on Saturday, October 10th, 8-11am on 210 Montgomery St in Troy, but we need more stuff! If you have any construction materials, appliances, furniture, tools, doors, lights, etc – please consider donating these items to Troy-Pike Habitat for our next yard sale. Contact us on Facebook, 334-372-7578, or email@example.com to set up a drop-off or pick-up time.
Please stop by to support us and help your community at our semi-annual yard sales. 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 drop off or schedule a pick up. For more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 334-372-7578.
Troy Pike Habitat for Humanity is so happy to be partnering with the Williams family. They are an inspiration to all of us. It has already been a pleasure working with them as they have put in sweat equity on previous houses. Now it is time to help Shermon’s dream for a home become a reality for his family. Visit the Family Selection page to learn more about our newest partner family.
Troy Trojan Turkey Trot, November 15th, 2014
Don’t be a turkey – come run for your neighbors and help the community! This 5K trot through scenic Troy University’s campus is put on by DKE fraternity with all proceeds benefiting Troy-Pike Habitat’s next house build. $20 entry fee. Sign up at https://runsignup.com/Race/AL/Troy/TROYTROJANTURKEYTROT by Nov 8th to receive a T-shirt.
Troy Recycles Day, November 15th, 2014
Free recycling drop-off in the Lowe’s parking lot 8am-1pm. We are accepting building materials (lumber, hardware, doors, light fixtures, tile, flooring, etc.). Other organizations will be there as well to accept electronics, plastic bags, clothing, ink cartridges, batteries, etc
“BUILDING on Faith” Sunday, November 16th, 2014
On this special day, we remember that Troy-Pike Habitat is a faith-based nonprofit operated on Christian principles that seeks to put God’s love into action. Join others as we invite all Pike County churches to lift up Troy-Pike Habitat for Humanity in prayer and consider taking up a special mission offering to help further our outreach in this community.