The 2016 Habitat Builders Blitz held a home blessing for breaking ground on Sept. 20.
The build for a mother and her four school-aged children is being led by First Baptist Church of Clover at 111 Alexander St. with Robert Patterson, church member and Habitat volunteer. River Hills Community Church in Lake Wylie also is contributing funding and volunteers.
Other partners include Clover town officials, Steve Brown HVAC and Bob Goodman Flooring.
“We are in need of roofers, electricians, painters, finish carpenters, as well as additional churches and volunteers,” Patterson said.
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Other businesses donating services and materials include: Stevenson Weir Concrete, Dula Construction, R. Joe Harris, Haskell Hardware, Doggett Concrete, ABS Insulation, Precision Walls, Caracon, Charlotte Mechanical, Noosa Pest Management, The Building Center, Gilbert Masonry, Martin Marietta and Ply Gem.
Habitat for Humanity completed five home repair projects in August thanks to the volunteer and financial support of Bowling Green Presbyterian Church, Oakdale Presbyterian, Clover Presbyterian, Alison Creek Presbyterian, New River Church and Clover United Methodist Church.
As a nonprofit Christian housing organization, Habitat for Humanity of York County has partnered locally with 60 families through new home construction or rehabs and 47 families through home preservation projects.
To learn more, donate or volunteer visit yorkcountyhabitat.org. To join the Clover build, call 803-985-9244 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.