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Brownsville Culture and Arts Camp needs students and volunteers this spring

Historic Brownsville Community, Inc. (HBC) and Pensacola Habitat for Humanity (PHFH) are collaborating to provide a six-week “Brownsville Culture & Arts Camp” that will offer children from 4th to 7th grade who live in Brownsville the opportunity to explore their unique place in the context of their community.  Funding for the camp is made possible by a Rotary Club of …

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Camshire Meadows Home Owners Need Your Help!

The Camshire Meadows Home Owners’ Association is working to complete a KaBoom! Grant with Pensacola Habitat for Humanity’s assistance. The grant would help bring a playground to the open space at Camshire Meadows, a Pensacola Habitat subdivision located along Gulf Beach Highway. KaBoom! offers $9,000, equipment vendors are offering up to $6,000, and the Camshire Meadows HOA has put  $9,000 …

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What we love about our homes

As a home builder celebrating our 35th anniversary, we are proud of our homes. Over the years, we have evolved and changed our home style to anticipate the needs and wants from our partners and home buyers. Below are 10 reasons you will love your Habitat home. Your home, your choice. We partner with every family to make sure you …

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What we love about our homebuyers

Over the course of our 35 years of service, Pensacola Habitat for Humanity has helped over 1,300 families achieve their dreams of homeownership through a strategic partnership. Whether this is buying a new, beautifully designed home or a rehabilitation of a current property, Pensacola Habitat loves our homebuyers for a number of different reasons. Our homeowners build stronger families. Compared …

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Join us in building homes, community and hope in Malawi this August

Mumderanji has two children, 8-year old Jeffrey and 11-year old Modestar. She lost her husband in 2011. Mumderanji is also taking care of her four younger siblings, following the death of her mother. She used to live in a small, dilapidated house and could not maintain it as she was often sick and therefore unable to earn income. She explains: …

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