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2018 March April Featured

HabiChat Newsletter April 2018

In this issue: Volunteer Appreciation “One of these days” Global Village Collegiate Challenge Continued: 25 years and Counting Southern Arkansas University Knows How to Clean Up Volunteer Spotlight: Kasey Jones and WSRE and more…

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2018 January February Featured

HabiChat Newsletter February 2018

In this issue: Doors to Opportunites “Habitat has changed my life!” Camshire KaBOOM Playground Fully Funded Publix Super Markets Charities Sponsors a Home (Again!) Collegiate Challenge: One Week, A Lifetime of Change Volunteer Spotlight: Jimmy Riggins NeighborWorks and Connected Communities and more…

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2017 November December Featured Image

HabiChat Newsletter December 2017

In this issue: Giving and Gifting Purchase a 2017 Pensacola Habitat Christmas Ornament Camshire’s KaBOOM grant Providence Manor II’s new entrance Habitat FORE! Humanity: a Hole in One Annual Dinner: Celebrating 35 years of Pensacola Habitat Volunteer Spotlight: Tanya Lockett Women Build a New Home for Single Mother Your year-end gift makes a world of difference. Donate today! and more…

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2017 September October HabiChat Featured Image

HabiChat Newsletter Fall 2017

In this issue: 35 Years of Stories A new year for AmeriCorps Travel with Global Village in 2018 A new home for the ReStore Neighborhood Revitalization visits the D’Alemberte House Century recovery nears completion Your year-end gift makes a world of difference. Donate today! and more…

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2017 August HabiChat Featured Image

HabiChat Newsletter July/August 2017

In this issue: Building Community: Enhancing our Sense of “We” (RSVP for the Community Summit here) Volunteer Spotlights: Draya Carter A Successful Year for AmeriCorps Women Build Kicks Off Pensacola Habitat for Humanity Receives 6th Consecutive 4-star Rating from Charity Navigator Donate today! and more…

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