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  1. A Brush With Kindness
    A Brush With Kindness
    Board member Ed Farmer instructs volunteers on "Painting 101" before beginning one of our painting projects.
  2. Public Relations
    Public Relations
    Executive Director, Judy Martin, mans a table at the United Way Kickoff Mud Volleyball Tournament, ready to inform everyone about what Habitat does.

Construction

Work begins on the latest site for our
21st home - located at
934 Dickson Street.

"A BRUSH WITH KINDNESS" 2017 PAINTING SCHEDULE

APPLICATIONS ARE NOW BEING TAKEN FOR THE 2017 PAINTING SEASON.
CONTACT THE HABITAT OFFICE FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO RECEIVE
​AN APPLICATION.
(Dates listed are tentative and subject to change.)
Dates and locations updated on April 18, 2017.
April 7 & 8 - for Betty McIver at 1364 Maple
April 21 & 22 - for Irene Clark at 851 S. W. 4th Street (postponed)
May 19 & 20 - for Irene Clark at 851 S. W. 4th Street
June 9 & 10 - for Charlotte Edwards at 724 N. E. 10th Street
July 7 & 8 - for Don & Gloria Parker at 3241 Margaret
August 11 & 12 - for Pam Maddox at 635 S. E. 3rd Street
September 22 & 23 - for JoAnn Ferguson at 405 S. W. 4th Street
October 13 & 14 - for Cynthia White at 1427 West Houston

Please join us as we work to improve the repair and painting of these homes and thereby, improve the looks of Paris and Lamar County.....one home at a time!

WHO DOES IT TAKE TO BUILD A HABITAT HOUSE?

Just as it takes every nail, every board and every gallon of paint to finish a Habitat for Humanity home, it also takes every hour of hard work by future homeowners and volunteers, every ounce of support from generous donors, and every bit of building expertise to buide the construction process.
In every Habitat home, you find the work and dedication of so many people, all working with a common goal:  helping another family build strength, stability and self-reliance through shelter.
Who does it take to build a Habitat house?

  • A homeowner like Cynthia who helps build and pays an affordable mortgage
  • A construction supervisor like Les
  • Volunteers like Marc and Tim who build
  • Volunteers like Ed, Scott, and Donna who serve on committees
  • Volunteers like Sue who provide hospitality
  • Generous donors like Janet, Rick, and Pat who give of their money and time
  • Supportive businesses and corporations like Whirlpool and We Stow
  • Advocates like The Paris News and eParisExtra who spread the word and raise awareness

                                   Who does it take to build a Habitat house?  It takes
                       everyone, and that starts with YOU!

              Your  financial support , your  voice  and your  time  will help more families achieve the
               strength, stability, independence they need to build better lives.
               DONATE OR VOLUNTEER TODAY!!!

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