Sea Island Habitat for Humanity

 

Sea Island Habitat for Humanity, the third-oldest Habitat for Humanity affiliate in the world, is an independent, nonprofit, ecumenical Christian housing ministry that partners with people of all beliefs. Sea Island Habitat for Humanity has served its community as an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International since 1978 and has provided housing solutions for over 300 local families. We thank our supporters that have shared our mission to build simple, safe, decent homes for families that need a hand up, not a hand out.


 

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Happy Friday! What better way to start the day than with doughnuts from Glazed!!! Thank you John for making the trip to King Street. ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations to Sea Island Habitat Board of Directors Member Mary Sue Rynecki for being named “Mentor of the Month” at Be a Mentor (www.beamentornow.org). Mary Sue not only devotes her time and energy to serving on our Board of Directors, Development Committee, Marketing Committee and Women Build Committee, she volunteers with other non-profits such as BAM. Here’s their announcement about one of our favorite volunteers:
Our mentor of the month is Mary Sue Rynecki! Ms. Rynecki has been mentoring with BAM for five years, most recently with Kat. The pair began meeting when Kat was in fourth grade and this year moved up to C.E. Williams Middle School together. "Being a mentor has brought me happiness and purpose," said Ms. Rynecki, who became a mentor after retiring from the corporate world. Ms. Rynecki has been able to use her listening and communication skills to help her mentees become more confident and respectful of others. "If you go through life without struggles, you won't know how to cope with problems," said Kat. "It's good to be around people who support you." Thank you for your dedication to mentoring, Mary Sue!
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Road trip to the Keys? Who's with us! ... See MoreSee Less

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3 days ago

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Happy Monday! How do we know it's Monday at the Sea Island Habitat offices? Why our Executive Director John Rhoden's desk is clear! It's not going to stay clean long. We predict the paper towers will crowd out the blank spaces by this afternoon:) ... See MoreSee Less

4 days ago

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