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Habitat for Humanity of Greater Memphis, Habitat for Humanity International and 83 Habitat affiliates receive transformational $436M gift from MacKenzie Scott

Habitat for Humanity of Greater Memphis will use gift to address affordable housing shortage in Memphis and Shelby County Memphis, Tenn. (March 22, 2022) — Habitat for Humanity of Greater Memphis, along with Habitat for Humanity International, and 83 U.S. Habitat affiliate organizations, recently received $436 million in unrestricted giving from American author and philanthropist MacKenzie Scott. Of that, Memphis Habitat received $7.5 million. This transformational... Read More
Posted by Kim Morrison Stewart at Tuesday, March 22, 2022
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Take a Virtual Tour of a Habitat Home!

Have you ever wondered what a Habitat home looks like? Well here's your chance! This is a virtual tour of a 3-bedroom, 2-bath home in our Bearwater Park neighborhood. We build our homes to be "visitable," meaning there's at least one zero-step entry, wider door frames and hallways, an ADA accessible bathroom, and other features to ensure the home meets the needs of our homebuyer families and their guests. (Once you press play, click the expand icon in the bottom right... Read More
Posted by Kim Morrison Stewart at Thursday, January 27, 2022
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Memphis Habitat's AIP Program Featured by American Society on Aging

Chris Reeder Young, M.A., Memphis Habitat's senior research and evaluation manager, recently published an article in the American Society on Aging’s Generations Now digital publication . The article highlights the value of home repairs and accessibility modifications for older homeowners, which can help them keep living independently and safely in their own homes, save on household costs, and contribute further to their municipality's tax base. Carrie Hawkins is... Read More
Posted by Kim Morrison Stewart at Monday, November 8, 2021
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