• Birthday Bash Monster Mash
  • North Texas Giving Day 2014
  • Open Doors to Rebuild Communities

Join North Texans as we Get Up & Give on Thursday, September 18, 2014.  When we join together, we can really make a different for our community.  We hope you will support your North Collin County Habitat for Humanity on September 18th with a financial gift to help us meet our goal of $12,000.  98% of every dollar we raise goes directly into building a house in our community.  Your gift of $25 or more will be amplified by up to $2 million in funds and prizes.  We have several homes in progress and your donation will help us further our mission to eliminate housing poverty in North Texas. 

You can also find us On The Square in downtown McKinney, Thursday, September 18, 2014. We will be a part of an exciting Giving Day event where you can donate right at our booth on the square.  We will be on hand to give you updates on the donations collected.  See first hand just how North Texas is Getting Up and Giving as we all seek to better our community.
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Goal:
  To reuse donated hollow core doors and windows to cover all of the walls in the ReStore; and feature our partners, volunteers and supporters who work with us to rebuild our community and enrich the lives of the citizens. 

Description:  The Open Doors Project will enhance the ReStore making it more visually attractive to all visitors while creating a focal point that showcases our many partners and supporters. Groups, individuals, organizations, businesses, churches, sports groups, schools, art classes, artists and especially Habitat donors, volunteers, families, etc. can design doors using the guidelines below.

This project will be one year in duration ending at the annual Birthday Bash & Monster Mash ReStore event in October 2014.  At that time awards will be presented to outstanding designed doors in the adult, teen and children category!

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Mora Home Dedication

            
Congratulations to Armando and Diana Mora who received the keys to their new home at the Home Dedication Ceremony on August 23rd!  It was a joyous celebration and a time of recognition.  Attending the event were many of our Sponsors, Volunteers, Community Leaders, Staff and friends and family of the Mora Family.  There, we highlighted the hard work and dedication of all involved, and the heartfelt impact being a part of this home building has had on all.  Armando and Diana have put over 500 build hours into the construction of their home and couldn't be more delighted with the results!
                             

Meet the Maxwell /Castillo Family



Meet Calvin Maxwell and Bianca Castillo, homeowners for the 409 Carver house in McKinney.  Both have lived their whole life in McKinney, and now find themselves building their first home on land that once belonged to her great-grandmother.  Calvin works at Collin College while Bianca focuses on raising their son, Calvin Jamal, Jr. who turned two in June. 

Once approved for their home, this couple jumped right in earning their required 500 sweat equity hours.  They are familiar faces at the ongoing build sites and NCCH Restore.  Calvin and Bianca have set goals, are dedicated to their family and understand the value of hard work. They both feel blessed and thankful for the opportunity to be building a home of their own.

Through the dedicated work we commonly call our Methodist Build, the Maxwell/Castillo home at 406 Carver is being built.  The contributions and dedicated work of several United Methodist Churches are bringing this home to completion.  We, at NCCH, eagerly look forward to inviting you to the dedication of Calvin and Bianca’s home in the very near future.

Recognizing Nancy Adams as our Family Mentor and Bill Calk as House Leader  - Thank you!
Special Thanks to the many Churches and Organizations for their partnership on this home.

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