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Tulsa Remodelers Welcome Danny Lipford to Charitable Project

Filed in NAHB Cares, Remodelers by on November 13, 2017 0 Comments
Tulsa Remodelers Welcome Danny Lipford to Charitable Project

Blogger and video personality Danny Lipford is joining volunteers from the HBA of Greater Tulsa Remodelers Council and the HBA’s charitable foundation for a community service project that he plans to feature in a December episode.

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Dean Mon Visits Puerto Rico Home Builders

Filed in Disaster Response, Leadership, NAHB Cares by on November 10, 2017 1 Comment
Dean Mon Visits Puerto Rico Home Builders

Third Vice Chairman Dean Mon recently traveled to hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico to speak with members of the Puerto Rico Builders Association and share some of his personal experiences from Hurricane Sandy five years ago.

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HomeAid Commemorates Homelessness Awareness Month

Filed in Leadership, NAHB Cares by on November 1, 2017 0 Comments
HomeAid Commemorates Homelessness Awareness Month

The 17 HomeAid America chapters nationwide have designated November as Homelessness Awareness Month, and the HBAs that partner with each chapter are ready to participate in fundraising and community service events to highlight the need to eradicate homelessness.

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Texas Students Repair Hurricane-Damaged Roof

Filed in Disaster Response, NAHB Cares, Student Chapters by on October 23, 2017 1 Comment
Texas Students Repair Hurricane-Damaged Roof

When members of the University of Texas at San Antonio student chapter of NAHB learned about a local family in need of a new roof after it was destroyed by Hurricane Harvey, they decide to put their construction knowledge and labor to work.

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HBA Rallies Multiple Shipments of Donations for Hurricane Victims

Filed in Disaster Response, NAHB Cares by on October 18, 2017 0 Comments
HBA Rallies Multiple Shipments of Donations for Hurricane Victims

Thanks to the generosity of area residents and businesses — not to mention, a significant amount of coordination through the Delaware HBA — two 26-foot box trucks filled to max-load capacity with donations arrived in Texas earlier this week.

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Atlanta Builders Volunteer to Renovate Women’s Shelter

Filed in NAHB Cares by on October 13, 2017 3 Comments
Atlanta Builders Volunteer to Renovate Women’s Shelter

HomeAid Atlanta, the designated charity of the Greater Atlanta HBA, and The Drake House recently celebrated the groundbreaking of The Drake Village with volunteer builder O’Dwyer Homes.

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Tulsa Remodelers Make a Difference

Filed in NAHB Cares by on October 11, 2017 3 Comments
Tulsa Remodelers Make a Difference

The HBA of Greater Tulsa, Okla., Remodelers Council and the HBA Charitable Foundation has presented Family & Children’s Services, a leading provider of behavior health care and family services for that city, a check for $77,853.

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Virginia Remodelers Form Win-Win Partnership with Local Government

Filed in NAHB Cares, Remodelers by on October 9, 2017 3 Comments
Virginia Remodelers Form Win-Win Partnership with Local Government

Members of the Peninsula HBA Remodelers Council in Newport News, Va., recently completed extensive renovations to the house of a military veteran — in just one weekend — thanks to their partnership with local county administrators.

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Virginia Builders Join Forces, Complete Charitable Renovation

Filed in NAHB Cares by on September 26, 2017 0 Comments
Virginia Builders Join Forces, Complete Charitable Renovation

The newly renovated Community Lodgings property in Alexandria’s Del Ray neighborhood now has seven apartments for formerly homeless families, as well as an onsite learning center for youth programs.

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NAHB: Let’s Band Together as We Rebuild the Texas Gulf Coast

Filed in Disaster Response, Leadership, NAHB Cares by on August 31, 2017 0 Comments
NAHB: Let’s Band Together as We Rebuild the Texas Gulf Coast

“The flooding caused by the hurricane has left behind unprecedented damage. Rebuilding will be a costly and complex process demanding hard work, sacrifice and creative solutions. This is the time for the business community, government and individuals to work cooperatively toward the shared goal of restoring the communities along the Gulf Coast” said NAHB chair Granger MacDonald in a statement this afternoon.

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