McKinney, TX (December 17, 2015) – Habitat for Humanity of North Collin County (NCC Habitat) will dedicate their 100th Home on Saturday, December 19, 2015 at 1:00 pm. The home, which is located at 409 East Oak Street in Celina, Texas, is being purchased by Lisa Camacho for her family. Lisa is a hardworking, single mother and student. She and her 3 boys, Mekai, Maleek, and Jaylen, will be home for the holidays!
At this festive, holiday time of year, NCC Habitat has found many ways to honor and remember the 100 low income families in North Collin County who are now living in a decent, affordable home. Though our mission to eliminate poverty housing is not completed, we are excited to mark his milestone reached with the dedication of our 100th Home. Joining us for this ceremony will be home sponsors, donors, Habitat staff and Board, our 100th Family, the Camacho’s, and several Celina officials who will welcome the family.
This home has been celebrated at NCC Habitat as the Purple House Project, as purple is the official color for 100 and royalty. It has been the focus of a large scale fundraising campaign to reach $100,000. Many generous companies, churches, and individual donors have contributed to raise $115,139 to date. Our thanks go out to those who have partnered with us to make this possible.
American Legend Homes, City of Celina, Bill & Pris Darling, Denbury Resources, Grand Homes, Green Brick Partners, Intuit, K Hovnanian Homes, Paradise Dental, Step Up Realty, Gentle Creek Country Club, Grace Avenue UMC, Leigh Glendenning Real Estate, McKinney Rotary Foundation, Our Lady of Angels—Knights of Columbus, Republic Property Group, Rex Real Estate, Simpson Strong-Tie, Jerrica Anderson-Race to 100 Team, Fred Bahrenburg, Ben E. Keith, Jill & Mark Bissell, Celina Bible Church, Cain Custom Builders, Darling Homes, Beth & Steve Darling, Joyanne Darling, Oliver Delgado, Eldorado Animal Hospital-Kevin Thompson, Matthew Elmer, FUMC Celina, Garland Heart, Gotcha Covered, Grace Bridge-Garden, Jim & Liz German, Forrest Hartley, Dennis & Jane Heydanek, Syed Karim, Susan Lane, Bob & Gail Lowrimore, Andy McAnally, Ron Morrill, Benjamin Nelson, Ken & Rita Patrick, Prosper Bank, Ruby Green Team, Dennis & Sandi Telzrow, JR. & Linda Russell, James Shields, Ellen Weaver, Bill & JoAnn Whitfield, Windsong Ranch, Brett Winters, and John Worth. Grateful thanks is also extended to our hard-working volunteers and staff for making this a reality.
About Habitat for Humanity of North Collin County
North Collin County Habitat for Humanity (NCC Habitat) is part of a global, nonprofit housing organization operated on Christian principles. We put God’s love into action by building homes and communities. We are dedicated to eliminating substandard housing locally and worldwide. We encourage positive relationships throughout the community by advocating for fair housing policies and by providing training to help families improve their shelter conditions.