Mayor Billy Hewes and CEO of IP Casino Resort Spa, Duncan McKenzie will break ground at our newest build site, 2110 Curcor Drive in Gulfport On Wednesday, August 30, 2017 at 8:30 a.m. This site is where the 2017 Hang out with Habitat home will be built. Billy and Duncan know it takes more than […]
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Since 2006 Habitat Mississippi Gulf Coast has hosted 358 AmeriCorps National and VISTA members that have served over 253,000 hours. These members were key to Habitat’s role in the recovery of Hurricane Katrina, and it is hard to imagine how we would have built, rehabbed or repaired the over 1,000 homes that we have in […]
The original article was published in the July Habitat ReStore newsletter: When Hurricane Katrina hit in 2005, Habitat for Humanity of the Mississippi Gulf Coast had an incredible need to meet in their community. They got to work building both homes and capacity in order to serve more families. After almost ten years of hurricane […]
Gulfport, MS (November 1, 2016) – Habitat for Humanity of the Mississippi Gulf Coast (HFHMGC) will be presenting a workshop titled How Your Credit History Affects Your Future. Designed for anyone who would like to better understand the many ways their credit score can affect their future and learn strategies to take control of that […]
One of our homeowners, Mr. Lewis, talks to us about his experience and the process of becoming a Habitat homeowner.
Gulfport, Miss. (September 11, 2014) – Habitat for Humanity of the Mississippi Gulf Coast is pleased to welcome eight AmeriCorps members who have joined their dedicated staff and volunteers to help in Habitat’s work to build and repair decent and affordable housing in Jackson, Harrison and Stone counties. These members will serve the Gulf Coast […]
Hope Enterprise Corporation and Habitat for Humanity of the Mississippi Gulf Coast announce a $5 million initiative that will build 41 homes for low and moderate-income families. The announcement is in conjunction with Neighborworks Week 2014.
HFHMGC has been awarded 8 AmeriCorps member positions and is looking for motivated and qualified candidates to serve locally during the 2014-15 service year in the Construction, Family Services, and Volunteer Services departments.
Habitat for Humanity of the Mississippi Gulf Coast is hosting 6 student groups totaling over 90 college student volunteers March – June, while the students are on their Spring Breaks.
Making the decision as a nineteen year-old to move to a completely new place, without knowing a single person, to take a job that was completely new and outside my comfort zone is still one of the scariest but best decisions I’ve made.