Click here to see a five minute video on the mission of Habitat in your community.

 

Click here to see photos from this year's sponsors and volunteers in Davidson County.

 

To download a PDF for more information about Habitat of Greater Nashville, click here.

 

Spring Sponsorship Date Available: The spring build is full with one sponsorship opportunity remaining:  March 18 ending on April 9 at the Hallmark subdivision in the Antioch area. For more information about how you or your company can get involved, contact Lauren Lane Payne, senior vice president of philanthropy, at 615.942.1256 or email: llane@habitatnashville.org.

 


 

Nashviille

In 1985, Nashville leaders decided to be a part of the extraordinary ministry of the Habitat for Humanity movement. With only a handful of volunteers, it often took up to a year to complete one house, but the positive effects were clear and the volunteer passion was unwavering. To date, Nashville Habitat has built or recycled more than 1,090 homes, more than 800 locally, serving more than 2,600 family members including 1,700 children, and celebrated its 500th build in 2012.

 

Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.