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Habitat Homeowner Meg Risser and Senator Jack Johnson at the dedication of Meg's home.

Habitat for Humanity and Green Building


Did you know that Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County builds energy efficient homes?  Meg Risser's home, which was built by Habitat High, has been certified Silver to the National Green Building Guidelines.  So, what does that mean?  It means that HFHWC is taking our Green Mission Statement to heart and implementing it in all of our building practices.  With every home we build, we incorporate environmental stewardship which reduces energy usage, environmental impact and lifetime maintenance costs for our partner families.  In fact, all of HFHWC’s homes are Energy Star and Green Certified.  Thanks to our construction staff, Gregg Elliott and David Bledsoe, for their hard work and commitment to Habitat and our Green Mission Statement.


The ReStore is Sponsoring Their First Build


The ReStore is building their first home!  Did you realize that the ReStore was created as another funding source to help the affiliate build more affordable homes in Williamson County?  In their third year of operation, the ReStore has helped support many houses through funding and volunteers.  This year is the first year that the ReStore is sponsoring an entire house on their own.  Construction has begun and the ReStore staff and volunteers have been hard at work on the weekends building a home for Blanca Rodriguez.  Have you visited the Habitat’s ReStore lately?  It gives the thrifty shopper another place find a great deal on furniture, appliances, home décor and anything else you can imagine and all the proceeds will go towards affordable housing in Williamson County. 


Volunteers putting up trusses on the ReStore home for Blanca Rodriguez

Williamson County to Have a Women Build This Fall


Women Build is Habitat’s volunteer program for women who want to learn construction skills and make a difference in the affordable housing area by building homes and communities.  This year will be HFHWC’s first Women Build Home.  The build dates will be Saturdays, starting  September 25 – November 13.


Are you interested in teaming up with other Women in the Williamson County to complete a home?  If so, please contact Kathi Johnson, Resource Development Director at kjohnson@habitatwilliamson.org or 615-690-8090 ext 102.


Are you interested in a Habitour? 


Habitours are a fun way to learn the ins and outs of the Williamson County Habitat.  After meeting at the affiliate's office, we board a Franklin Trolley and tour Ron Crutcher Estates and Beasley Place, two developments where we have built in Franklin.  Along the ride you'll learn about the history of Habitat, of our work in Williamson County and what our future goals are.  There is plenty of time for any questions you may have.  And, they only take an hour!  Our next Habitour is scheduled for May 26.  If you are interested in attending, please contact Steve Lewis at slewis@habitatwilliamson.org or 615-690-8090 ext. 110


Upcoming Events 

  • May 26, 2010 at 4:00 -- Habitour
  • June 13, 2020 at 2:00 -- Home Dedications (Piper Johnson, Blanca Rodriguez & Delores Morales)  These dedications mark the completion of Beasley Place.
  • June 24, 2010 -- Habitour
  • August 30, 2010 -- Habitee Golf Tournament
  • November 25, 2010 -- Habitrot 5k Thanksgiving Day Race


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