Mike Stillwell presents check to Big Bend Habitat

Thanks to Mike Stillwell and the members of Moose Lodge #1075

Our thanks to Mike Stillwell and the members of Moose Lodge #1075 for their generous donation of $1,000. We could not continue to build affordable homes in this community without this kind of support.

FSU Faith Build

Rain Doesn’t Hold Us Back

Once again, the rain doesn’t hold us back. Progress is made on the 2015 FSU/Faith build. Thanks again to all of the volunteers who came out.

volunteers

Brave Volunteers

This weekend’s rain did not hold us back… Thank you to all of the brave volunteers who came out.

Trusses

Trusses Going Up!

SU Student Habitat Chapter with Latrisha Spencer.

FSU Student Habitat Chapter and Latrisha Spencer

FSU Student Habitat Chapter with pending Habitat homeowner Latrisha Spencer. Its a team thing!

 

FSU Habitat Chapter Faith Build

FSU Habitat Chapter/Faith Build

Skip, John, Richard, Paul, Mike…and other volunteers working hard on the 2015 FSU Habitat Chapter/Faith Build.

 

Healthy Communities Festival

Healthy Communities Festival

BBHH will have a table at this event so stop by and say hello.

We are 24 days away from the Earth Day 2015 Healthy Communities Festival. Come celebrate with us at Cascades Park April 25 from 9 am. – 3 p.m. This is a free family-friendly event and we will have a wide variety of exhibitors, interactive activities, live entertainment, a 3k run and walk hosted by Move. Tallahassee. For more information visit http://bit.ly/HCFTally‪#‎HCFTally Commuter Services of North Florida.

Pouring the slab

New Slab

Its all business as the slab is down on a new Big Bend Habitat for Humanity home build.

 

Rebirth for All-Green Southern Oaks

Rebirth for All-Green Southern Oaks

WFSU spotlight on Big Bend Habitat and Southern Oaks.

Link: http://news.wfsu.org/post/rebirth-all-green-southern-oaks

 

Southern Oaks Development and Big Bend Habitat

Big Bend Habitat and Southern Oaks Development

Thank you to Mike Rogers for involving BBHH with his Southern Oaks development. For every home sold in this certified green community, Southern Oaks will donate $500 to BBHH. Today a groundbreaking ceremony was held for the inaugural home, to be built by Kessler Construction. On hand giving presentations were Leon County Commissioners Brian Desloge and John Dailey; Wes Singletary, Executive Director for BBHH; as well as representatives from the Tallahassee Chamber; FMB; City of Tallahassee; and the Florida Green Build Coalition.