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Over the month of September Habitat volunteers and staff have worked on deconstruction projects to salvage items that would have otherwise ended up in the landfill after the demolition of the home. The furniture, appliances, doors, and fixtures they save are brought to the ReStore and sold to our community at discount prices with revenue becoming a funding source for Habitat's construction program. 

Thank you to all of our volunteers and staff who have worked on these projects - you are truly a professional team who knows the value of hard work.

"From start to finish, sweat equity gives you a deeper sense of appreciation for the entire process of what Habitat does... What I anticipate is our first night in the house, knowing that not only did we put in 300 hours of sweat equity to help pay for the house but the entire community of Habitat, our friends, and our family were there rallying behind us" - Habitat Family Partner

Burke Subaru and Habitat for Humanity are teaming up for Share the Love in Cape May County with a free, family-friendly "Stud Party" Thursday, November 17th from 5 to 7 PM. Join us to decorate actual wooden framing studs with artwork, blessings, and messages for our next homeowners, and help Habitat build strength, stability, and self-reliance through shelter in our local community.

Complimentary dinner from Hit the Road Jack Food Truck, custom-made cookies, and premium welcome gifts all compliments of Burke Subaru. Free Attendance- Must  RSVP by November 10th.

We Welcome Our New Board President

Dave Hammond has been an active build volunteer with Habitat since 2014. He was involved with the creation of the ReStore and has been a facilitator of the ReStore's growth and success. He led the finance committee as treasurer, became the Vice President, and has most recently been nominated and voted into the position as President. Thank you, Dave, for all that you have done to help Habitat in the past and for everything you will accomplish over the next two years.

Dave Hammond -  Board President.


Meet Our New Marketing Intern

We welcome Hunter Smith as the newest Marketing Intern for Habitat for Humanity in Cape May! He is currently a senior at Stockton University with one more semester left before graduation. Hunter is studying Business Administration with hopes of pursuing a Master's Degree in Higher Education. In his free time, he enjoys playing guitar and graphic design. He is excited to be a part of the team and can not wait to get started! 

 Hunter Smith volunteering for the Non-Profit "Give Kids The World"

We will be building two to three days per week. The number of volunteer builders ranges from five to twenty. Lunch can be homemade or bought from your favorite restaurant.

Please contact Kathy at 609.463.0244, or email volunteer@habitatcapemay.org to arrange a lunch donation or for more information.


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Habitat for Humanity Cape May County
20 Court House South Dennis Rd  | Cape May Court House, New Jersey 08210
6094630244 | executive.director@habitatcapemay.org

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