Home Sweet Home – Building Prosperity Raffle

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Start Date:11-30-2020|End Date:12-20-2020

Home Sweet Home! Home is where we all want to be, especially these days! Our giveaways are all items that will make staying at home fun and relaxing for you and the whole family! But we also have a basket for those who may want to get out of the house for a fun socially distanced outing. Every ticket you buy for the Home Sweet Home raffle is an investment that goes towards building our next two homes to support the folks that live, work, and play in Jackson County. Every helping hand makes a difference, including every donation of yours which helps a family help themselves.

We need your support to help empower the lives of those that need a home. To learn more about our local Habitat for Humanity affiliate, like “Jackson County Habitat for Humanity & ReStore” on Facebook, follow us on Instagram @jacksoncountyhfh, and check out our website at https://jacksoncountyhfh.org/.

About Jackson County Habitat for Humanity

Jackson County Habitat for Humanity’s vision is a community where everyone has a decent place to live. We seek to put God’s love into action, by bringing people together to construct homes and advocating for quality, balanced housing that supports our community. Families build in partnership with Jackson County Habitat to achieve the strength, stability, and independence they need to build a better future for themselves and for their families, reporting a 70% decrease in reliance on public assistance after purchasing their home.

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Jackson County Habitat for Humanity

661 S Elm Street, Commerce, GA 30529

706-387-0242

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We need your support to help empower the lives of those that need a home. If you would like to make a donation to Jackson County Habitat for Humanity, please visit our donation site. Without your contributions, we cannot provide the much needed affordable housing opportunities for the folks in Jackson County.  We use donations to build homes, complete critical home repairs, and provide better accessibility for those over the age of 60.