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    Summer Bash 2018
    August 9, 2018
    This year's Summer Bash has been moved to next year. On Friday August 25, 2017, Habitat for Humanity of Greater Greensboro will present the 2nd Summer Bash: One Night … One House at Summerfield Farms
    2018 'Key to Wyn' House and Wyndham Championship Partnership
    August 15, 2018
    Awesome interview with WFMY News 2 and Development Director, Daintry O'Brien, about our 2018 'Key to Wyn' House and Wyndham Championship partnership.
    Tropical Jersey Night 2018
    August 17, 2018
    Thursday, August 30, 7-9 p.m.   Click here to purchase tickets!         Join Habitat Greensboro for an exciting night of fundraising!     Sponsored by PMi Pinehurst & Sandhills     And   Greensboro Builders Association     in Association with Greensboro Grasshoppers Click here to purchase tickets!     Thank you!  We hope to see you there!  
    September 5, 2018
    ***UPDATE***   Join Alamance Presbyterian Church's Low Country Boil benefiting Habitat Greensboro Friday, October 12th from 4-7 pm. Tickets are $15 and include a bountiful seafood dish. To go orders available. To order tickets visit The church is located at 4000 Presbyterian Road, Greensboro, NC  27406. There's also musical entertainment by the Working Class Bluegrass Band!    
    Join Us for Mission Trips in 2019!
    September 13, 2018
    This will be a great opportunity to experience the Habitat ministry in a different culture. Contact Chris Tippens at for more information.      
    Building On Faith 2018 - An Interfaith Partnership
    November 1, 2018
    On October 20th, Habitat Greensboro raised the walls of the 5th house in our Building on Faith program.  We are honored to announce the interfaith partnership with Temple Emanuel, our local American Muslim community, and 17 Christian congregations working side-by-side.  When Jews, Muslims, and Christians work together in the name of our one God, God is honored - and our community is stronger. The day was dreary and rainy, but it did not dim the smiles of the family that beamed with pride, as members of many faith communities wrote their prayers and blessings on the walls.  Dr. Akir Khan wrote, "Even though we call God by different names, we are all working together as one Abrahamic family as we positively impact the lives of others pursuing the American dream." How life-changing this house will be for the family, and how transformational for our community!  Relationships are built across our differences as we celebrate how every person is made in the image of God.  Rabbi Fred Guttman said, "May this home we build keep alive the beauty of our faith heritages."