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Inform and Empower your passion at Pensacola Habitat’s 2nd Annual Community Summit

What is the most important issue that needs to be addressed to move our community forward? Does community improvement hinge just on economic development? Is it most important that we preserve our history and natural environment? Should our focus on early childhood education eclipse other efforts, or is it more important to support the local workforce with adequate affordable housing? …

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Women Build: Empowering Women to Take Construction into Their Own Hands

It’s easy to get caught up in the “pinkness” of Women Build – the pink hard hats, hammers, etc. – but there’s so much more to it than that. Not only are you helping a deserving family, but you’re also empowering yourself, learning about construction and gaining valuable skills that very few women possess – from laying the foundation of a …

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Media Alert: Pensacola Hot Wheels Food Truck Festival Rolls Out Food and Fun this April

With the ability to deliver delicious delicacies anywhere, food trucks are a national obsession. Pensacola Habitat for Humanity is building off the excitement these mobile restaurants bring by uniting a variety of our best local food trucks in downtown Pensacola for the Pensacola Hot Wheels Food Truck Festival. The event will welcome families, food lovers, and adventure seekers to a …

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Pensacola Habitat and Brownsville Partners “Green Up” the ‘Ville

  Pensacola, FL (March 2, 2016) Over the course of the next two months, beginning Saturday, March 5th, Pensacola Habitat for Humanity’s Neighborhood Revitalization team will work to “Green Up Brownsville”. Key partners in the initiative are the Historic Brownsville Community, volunteers from Pensacola Habitat’s Collegiate Challenge and local Marines. These groups will collaborate with the hopes of improving the …

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Collegiate Challenge Spotlight

The women of Concordia College are back at school after devoting their spring break to building homes, community and hope. Participating in our Collegiate Challenge initiative, these amazing participants had a great time on the work site. Check out the great article by the PNJ below. http://www.pnj.com/story/news/local/navarre/2016/02/26/students-spend-spring-break-building-homes-needy/80771256/ Below is the full press release we have sent out to the general media. …

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