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Generational Impact: The Story of James Rice - January 31st, 2022

For many of us, the new year is a time of reflection. We think about our past accomplishments, our future goals, and the story we are writing with each passing moment. This year, as the calendars all turned to 2022, one man in particular was reflecting on his life story—and the role that Habitat for Humanity of Spartanburg had to play in it, starting more than 30 years ago. read more

Volunteers Welcome as Pandemic Presents Challenges - January 14th, 2022

Volunteers are the backbone of Habitat for Humanity of Spartanburg. Why? Because over 90% of the work that goes into building each and every Habitat home is done by volunteers! Our qualified site supervisors oversee volunteer teams on every job site, year-round. read more

Habitat Spartanburg Grapples with Increased Construction Costs, Material Delays - July 12th, 2021

Habitat Spartanburg, and other Habitat for Humanity affiliates, are considering options for absorbing increased construction costs, delays in materials. read more

The Work Continues - March 31st, 2021

Habitat Spartanburg continues to build new, affordable homes for deserving families and work through its Critical Home Repair Program. read more

Renewed Hope in the Days of COVID-19 - April 16th, 2020

As we all navigate the COVID-19 pandemic that has disrupted our lives and normal operations, Habitat Spartanburg remains committed to providing homeownership opportunities and Critical Home Repairs to those in need. read more

Building a community requires tearing down silos - March 16th, 2020

Building a community requires tearing down silos

Habitat for Humanity of Spartanburg loves building. Building homes. Building stronger families and neighborhoods. Building a more connected and supportive community. read more

How does Habitat for Humanity’s family selection process work? - February 18th, 2020

When a family is selected for Habitat for Humanity of Spartanburg’s homeownership program, it is a life-changing opportunity—and that’s not hyperbole. read more

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