Habitat Home #61 is underway
2018 NGCC CAI
FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 2018
SANTA ROSA GOLF & BEACH CLUB
BENEFIT HABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF
OKALOOSA, WALTON, & BAY COUNTIES
We are so excited to have been chosen as one of the beneficiaries of the CAI 2018 Golf Tournament. We have a special opportunity to increase the amount we receive from the event by finding sponsors.
For any sponsor that signs up through us, 100% of the sponsorship amount will come directly to Okaloosa Habitat.
The Sponsorships fill up on a First Come, First Serve basis,
so let us know right away if you are interested.
Please Email Kathie@habitatfwb.org to find out more information about Sponsorships.
Habitat Okaloosa is planning a Five Home Neighborhood in
Crestview. Currently Fundraising efforts are underway to
Build a Road, & add infrastructure to the property.
Visit our ReStores in FWB and Crestview to Enter the Monthly
Raffle to support our Pave the Way Home Campaign.
Did You Know … Destin Commons Parking Meter funds help to benefit Participating Local Non-Profits?
Save the Date>>>> JULY 3, 2018<<<<Save the Date
We’re excited to be participating in Destin Commons’ 2018 Smoke on the Coast July 3, 2018.
Habitat Okaloosa and HubCity BBQ are going to bring you a Down Home Fourth of July Celebration, with great BBQ and lots of fun!
Plan to Join us and help us WIN prize money so we can build more houses in Okaloosa County.
AFEV is partnering with The Gulf Okaloosa Island again this year and can’t wait to bring you delicious barbecue. Through their Coins for a Cause program, Destin Commons has raised $1.2 million for local charities since 2014 and we’re grateful to be a beneficiary.
2018 Collegiate Challenge
Thomas More College students spent their Spring Break in Okaloosa County building Habitat House #60 in Crestview, during 2018 Collegiate Challenge, Habitat’s alternative Spring Break Program; engaging the next generation of leaders in Habitat’s work. What an amazing way for these students to see and impact real world solutions to today’s problems. 2018 marked the 12th year students from Thomas More have invested their spring vacation in the work of Okaloosa Habitat. While they were here the exterior siding, roof, and drywall installation was completed. Okaloosa Habitat wants to thank the students and faculty of Thomas More College!