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Helping others is not just a charge of our humanity, but it is a cornerstone of all faiths and faith that does not result in good deeds is not real faith. —James 2:20
Habitat families have many stories: some are refugees who have escaped persecution from their native lands and are working and living in Nashville, while others are born into poverty right here in Middle Tennessee and have been unable to break that generational cycle. All of them have one thing in common: they’ve come to Habitat willing to work to earn an opportunity to change their life and the lives of their children. And they need a faithful community to create that opportunity.
The only thing Habitat gives away is opportunity. Everything else is earned. Habitat's partner families work hard to lift their lives out of poverty. They are not asking for handouts, they are seeking opportunity.
We teach sustainability and independence through education and giving back. Habitat's model of homeownership works to empower families. Habitat partner families go through a rigorous selection process, take time out of their busy lives to attend homeownership classes twice a week, and work on the build site on the weekends, building not only their house, but also their neighbors' houses, to earn a zero percent interest mortgage rate.
Your gift lasts for generations. We know children of homeowners become valuable contributors to society on many levels. Children of homeowners are more likely to graduate high school, graduate college, vote, and become involved in their communities. Habitat homeowners pay an average of $600,000 annually in property taxes.
Housing is a critical human need, a foundation for well-being spiritually, mentally and physically. Your gift makes homeownership attainable for Nashville’s low-income population — changing lives through future generations.
Contact Mike Allen, Director of Faith Relations, at 615-942-1251, or email at: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how you or your organization can get involved.
Give, and it will be given to you. They will pour into your lap a good measure, pressed down, shaken together, and running over. For by your standard of measure it will be measured to you in return. —Luke 6:38
All levels of sponsorship will receive the following benefits:
• Access to online photo galleries
• Sponsor specific recognition piece following the build
• Sponsor name and/or logo on build site signage during the build
• Sponsor participation in dedication program and name and biography included in dedication day program
• Sponsor name included in press releases for both the build kick-off and dedication
• Sponsor recognition on the Habitat website, in the annual report and at the Build Sponsor Celebration
• Sponsor T-shirts
New Home Build
Master Builder - $60,000
• Opportunity to provide 200 volunteers - 25 volunteers per day over eight days of construction
• Invitation for 10 to attend Build Sponsor Celebration with all season sponsors
Community Builder - $30,000
• Opportunity to provide 100 volunteers - 25 volunteers per day over four days of construction
• Invitation for 8 to attend Build Sponsor Celebration with all season sponsors
Dream Builder - $15,000
• Opportunity to provide 50 volunteers - 25 volunteers per day for two days of construction
• Invitation for 5 to attend Build Season Completion Celebration with all season sponsors
Hope Builder - $7,500
• Opportunity to provide 25 volunteers - 25 volunteers for one day of construction
• Invitation for 2 to attend Build Sponsor Celebration with all season sponsors
For more information on partnering with Habitat, or for assistance in determining the best fit for your organization, please contact Mike Allen, director of faith relations, at 615.942.1251, or email: email@example.com.
Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.