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Habitat for Humanity opens McDonough ReStore

Southern Crescent Habitat for Humanity’s latest venture opens today. The new ReStore is a 19,000-square-foot retail space near the intersection of Avalon Parkway and Ga. Highway 20 that sells donated hard goods, home furnishings and maintenance materials at a reduced price. Proceeds from sales go back into the services that Habitat provides. Melissa Chapman, CEO […]

New ReStore to benefit local Habitat for Humanity efforts

  The Southern Crescent’s Habitat for Humanity has had a presence in Henry County for 26 years and will now offer an even bigger impact with it’s new ReStore, to open on Saturday, December 7, 2013 in McDonough.  Remodeling the kitchen and not sure what to do with your old cabinets? Changing out your curtains […]

Heroes and Housing

Southern Crescent Habitat for Humanity is excited to announce our new Heroes and Housing Initiative. All over our community there are men and women that have served our country and now it’s our time to serve them. We are actively looking for veterans that have housing needs. Click Here to Find Out More Information

SCHFH Leadership Supports Visioning Fayette County

Leadership from Southern Crescent Habitat were honored to participate in the recent Fayette County Visioning session. On October 18th, more than 130 community members representing a diverse cross section of Fayette County gathered at Dolce Atlanta Peachtree to give input regarding a unified visioning process focused on the future of Fayette County.  The meeting consisted […]

SCHFH teams up with GMC and DIY bloggers

What do you get when you combine like-minded organizations, talented DIY bloggers with boundless energy and enthusiasm and a family in need? Habitat for Humanity and a lot of happy tears! Like most great stories, it’s all in the journey – not just the destination. It started with GMC and Habitat for Humanity’s Southern Crescent chapter coming together on […]

SCHFH Bringing Habitat ReStore to Henry County

City leaders learned McDonough will be home to Habitat for Humanity’s latest venture — a ReStore. Melissa Chapman, CEO of Southern Crescent Habitat for Humanity, told the city council Monday evening, if all goes according to plans, the home store will be open by October. Chapman said she came to the council meeting to “share […]