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Byers – Putting Roofs Over Habitat Homes Since 2012

Byers – Putting Roofs Over Habitat Homes Since 2012

Byers has been a significant Habitat partner since 2012 during a Habitat Blitz Build. Their commitment as a Habitat partner was just beginning. Working alongside other volunteers, including the families whose homes were being built, the Byers team was in for the long...

We never dreamed this could happen for us!

We never dreamed this could happen for us!

Throughout life there are pivotal days that we will never forget. The day we get married, a child is born, graduating from college. For Michael and Tommi, one such day was when the Nevada County Habitat for Humanity Homeowner Selection Committee notified them they had...

New ReStore General Manager Committed to Customer Experience

New ReStore General Manager Committed to Customer Experience

New ReStore General Manager, Mary Gill, says one of the top things on her list is to elevate the experience customers have when they set foot into Nevada County Habitat’s ReStore. “I want every person coming to ReStore to know they are welcome and valued,” she said....

Nevada County Habitat Welcomes Two Families to Their New Homes

Nevada County Habitat Welcomes Two Families to Their New Homes

In an event that has only happened once before in the history of Nevada County Habitat for Humanity, two new families were welcomed into their new homes on the same day. NCHFH’s Homeowner Support Committee facilitated new home dedications for Liz and her family in...

Wells Fargo is a Valued NCHFH Partner

Wells Fargo is a Valued NCHFH Partner

Volunteers are the lifeblood of most local nonprofits. Nevada County Habitat for Humanity is no exception. During a typical year over 200 individuals will volunteer for Habitat events, office work, making lunches, and, of course, building homes. While most Habitat...

Great Race in Grass Valley: A Huge Success

Great Race in Grass Valley: A Huge Success

It was a sparkling moment when Bill and Carolyn Croker rumbled onto Mill Street in Molly Maroon, their 1936 Packard. Throngs of onlookers gave them a hometown hero’s welcome, while a representative from Doug LaMalfa’s office prepared to give them an...

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