Stephen T. Gallagher, NAHB Vice President of Government Affairs, died suddenly this week after a brief illness.
When a prominent member of the Daphne, Alabama community reached out to the Baldwin County HBA for help in building a home for injured Army veteran P.D. Rains, it was the catalyst for the largest and most rewarding project the HBA had ever undertaken.
When Miss Martha Mason lost her home to a fire almost two years ago, her insurance company did noto reimburse her for all the damage. She didn’t have enough coverage. But she did have the Home Builders and Remodelers Association of North East Mississippi.
First Vice Chairman Granger MacDonald and his wife Kathy are creating a collection of NAHB cookbooks to celebrate the life of their son, Doug Wistner — and they’re asking for your recipes.
The Greater San Antonio Education Foundation, the charitable arm of the Greater San Antonio Builders Association, and member company Armadillo Homes recently broke ground on its annual charity home build—the sale of which will provide more than $35,000 in scholarships for local students.
The members of the National Association of Home Builders are in the business of making dreams come true, and our members have done just that for millions of families. But today, we’re reminded of how on that beautiful September day 15 years ago, the world changed forever for too many good people. There won’t ever […]
A raft of volunteer members working with the HBA of Greater Tulsa and the Tulsa Habitat for Humanity affiliate built a home in just 24 hours Aug. 18-19. “Open the Door in 24” was part of a community revitalization project that’s been coupled with a plan to find more affordable housing for the city’s teachers. […]