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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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Pensacola Habitat for Humanity seeks world travelers for Global Village Trips to Guatemala and Africa

I catch my breath as I stoop to duck through the doorway into Maria Luz’s kitchen.  Between the heat and the smoke that fill the room, it’s almost impossible to see, let alone to breathe.  As my eyes slowly adjust and I make out just how cramped the kitchen is, I realize that breakfast is just being cleared and a …

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Pensacola Habitat for Humanity and Publix Building New Pensacola Home This Weekend

From September 24th to September 30th, Publix and Pensacola Habitat for Humanity will partner to build a new home using funds donated by the grocer’s charity wing and volunteers from the local stores. This year Publix Super Markets Charities donated $4 million to a group of 39 Habitat affiliates from around the country. In addition to providing monies to deserving …

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Susan Davis—Sacred Heart’s Servant Leader

Susan Davis and the Sacred Heart team were excited to be joining the Women Build movement, “Women Build is an opportunity for women to step forward and make a statement about the importance of giving back to the community and help end the cycle of poverty by helping provide affordable housing to those in need.”

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Meet Kenyata: Our Women Build Home Buyer!

Kenyata, a native Pensacola resident, is determined to own her own home. She is a hard working woman, and wonderful mother to her 8 year old daughter, Laniyah. “If I’m not at work, I’m spending time with Laniyah. I’m very family oriented, of course!” said Kenyata. For over 11 years, she’s been working in the customer service industry and at the …

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