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.

Sea Island Habitat Annual Report 2013-2014_Page_01

 

2013-2014 Annual Report

 

 

 


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Happy Halloween! The staff at Sea Island Habitat have gone to the dogs. Meet John Rhoden's new doggie - Cliff. He's a foster but we know John and Traci are keeping him! Cliff is helping us stuff envelopes for our Shellebration auction on November 9th at the River Course. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you again for everyone that participated and be on the look out for the next Shopped event! ... See MoreSee Less

1 day ago

Here is the 3rd place winner of Shopped!! ... See MoreSee Less

Caged Corks Lamp Base and Lamp Parts from the Restore Mystery Basket Old Bird Feeder and 10 years of saved wine corks By: Charlene Fields

1 day ago

Caged Corks Lamp 
Base and Lamp Parts from the Restore Mystery Basket 
Old Bird Feeder and 10 years of saved wine corks
By: Charlene Fields

We had a fabulous turnout for Shopped!! The judges luncheon was this afternoon at La Tabella on James Island and the winner is Trish Ward. This was her fabulous creation. Congratulations Trish!!!! Your $300 gift certificate will be waiting for you at the ReStore. ... See MoreSee Less

I got Shopped this weekend! Shell lamp wasn't really my style, so I smashed that sucker and transformed it into a mosaic tea tray with dark grey grout. Then I used the lamp's electrical guts to make an industrial Edison-inspired lamp. #GetShopped #HabitatForHumanity #Upcycle

1 day ago

I got Shopped this weekend! Shell lamp wasn't really my style, so I smashed that sucker and transformed it into a mosaic tea tray with dark grey grout. Then I used the lamp's electrical guts to make an industrial Edison-inspired lamp. #GetShopped #HabitatForHumanity #Upcycle

Trish Ward is the final Shopped entry. And it's a smashing one (sorry couldn't resist). ... See MoreSee Less

I got Shopped this weekend! Shell lamp wasn't really my style, so I smashed that sucker and transformed it into a mosaic tea tray with dark grey grout. Then I used the lamp's electrical guts to make an industrial Edison-inspired lamp. #GetShopped #HabitatForHumanity #Upcycle

4 days ago

I got Shopped this weekend! Shell lamp wasn't really my style, so I smashed that sucker and transformed it into a mosaic tea tray with dark grey grout. Then I used the lamp's electrical guts to make an industrial Edison-inspired lamp. #GetShopped #HabitatForHumanity #Upcycle

I got Shopped this weekend! Shell lamp wasn't really my style, so I smashed that sucker and transformed it into a mosaic tea tray with dark grey grout. Then I used the lamp's electrical guts to make an industrial Edison-inspired lamp. #GetShopped #HabitatForHumanity #Upcycle ... See MoreSee Less

5 days ago

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