Churches can support OCHFH in a number of ways:
· Designate a church member to join our Church Relations
team, to be the liaison between your congregation and Oconee County Habitat for Humanity.
· Become aware of families
in your congregation who are living in inadequate housing. Help them to apply to partner with Habitat for Humanity for a hand
up to better housing and a better life.
· Volunteer. We presently have over 200 volunteers, but we can always use
additional hands for many jobs: Construction, landscaping, working in our resale store, family selection, family partnering,
public awareness, and fundraising.
· Donate as the circumstances of your congregation allow. This may be in the form
of money, stocks, land or materials. All donations are tax-deductible.
For further information, email firstname.lastname@example.org
or call (864) 888-2118
Roger Garrison, past president of OCHFH, carries mattress into House #33 after its dedication. St. Mark UMC provided furniture
for the 3-bedroom home
Brian Clark, Greg Pickett, David Vorpagel and John Muncert from Faith Chapel Lutheran Church in Pickens volunteered at the
Thrivent Build Habitat home on June 16, 2007.