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2014 Habitat High Build

Habitat High helps cultivate the next generation of community-minded young people by providing high school students an opportunity to raise funds for and actually construct a Habitat home for a lower-income family. Since 1997, high school students have built 13 homes in Williamson County. This year's home will be number 14.

Thank you to our 2014 Habitat High Partner Schools: Brentwood High School, Centennial High School, Currey Ingram Academy, Fairview High School, Franklin High School, Independence High School, Ravenwood High School, and Summit High School.Habitat High Sponsors
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 Habitat High T-shirts
We would like to congratulate the winners of this year's Habitat High T-shirt Contest!
 
Amy Waters- Independence High School
Caleb Mathias- Summit High School 
Lauren Whiteman- Centennial High School
 
Click here to purchase your shirt! Five dollars from each shirt sold will be donated to Habitat Williamson, and we will credit that money toward the associated school's fundraising goal.

Want to see Habitat High in action? Check out this video made by Currey Ingram Academy during Habitat High 2013.

 

First Giving

Want to help your favorite school raise funds for Habitat High? Click the logo above and choose a student to sponsor.

 Pelfrey Family
Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County is excited to welcome Marc and Lauren Pelfrey and their 16-month-old son Maddux into to the Habitat homeownership program.

Acceptance into the program brought tears to their eyes, “Words could never express the gratitude we have and how much this has and will continue to change our life. We will forever be thankful and grateful to Habitat for Humanity.”

Construction on the couple’s home begins on February 8, 2014 in the Brandenburg subdivision of Fairview. The dedication is projected for March 9, 2014.

Click here to learn more about the Pelfrey family.