Effective July 1, 2018, Habitat for Humanity of North Augusta (HFHNA) will merge with Aiken County Habitat for Humanity (ACHFH) to ensure we continue to serve the people of North Augusta. Together, we will remove the boundaries of service areas and reach more underserved people wanting to become homeowners. This new synergy between HFHNA and ACHFH will create opportunities for safe, affordable housing through building homes and better communities while continuing to support decent housing for everyone. The new ACHFH will support an office in North Augusta and will continue to build at least one new house each year in North Augusta, with the hope increasing to two houses in two to three years.
HFHNA has been successful working within the North Augusta community only because of the tremendous support of local volunteers, businesses, churches and individuals who believe in the mission. We are thankful for these relationships and hope to sustain them through this unified organization. They are key to planning and building homes and serving on the board and committees.
Together as one organization, we remain committed to bringing people together to build homes, communities and hope.
Full details on the merger are found in our June Newsletter.