Spring is here and we are excited to get starting on our 2015 Habitat homes. This year we will be building 4 homes in Lebanon.
The Wall Build dates have been set. Please join us in nailing the walls together. This is a family event for anyone who can hammer a nail. Children are invited!
April 11th -- Apostles' Build - 10AM Zionsville Christian Church
June 13th -- ZPC Build - 10AM - Zionsville Presbyterian Church
June 27th -- ... Read More
Rick Bump from Christ Lutheran Church in Zionsville was honored as the " 2014 Habitat for Humanity Boone County Volunteer of the Year" at the Spring fundraiser. In praising Rick at the banquet, Steve Furste, executive director for HFHBC said "We're blessed to have Rick as part of our team." Rick was a tireless worker and demonstrated incredible patience and knowledge as he instructed our volunteers. Congratulations Rick!
Thanks to all who Attended and/or Supported our March 7th Habitat Fundraiser! We launched our new Veterans Initiative with resounding success! We will be rolling up our sleeves for soldiers in Boone County and making it possible to give a hand up to an even greater number of families in our community this year and in years to come. In supporting, honoring and working with the Veterans of Boone County, we will provide a way for all of us to serve those who have served... Read More
Partnership with City and Habitat for Humanity Begins
The city of Lebanon and Habitat of Boone County began a partnership and a shared vision of neighborhood revitalization in the South Meridian neighborhood last Thursday with the demo of the tornado damages house at 1412 S. Meridian. The second home across the street will be torn down next week.
Habitat for Humanity International in Atlanta has started a national program in 2011 called Neighborhood Revitalization Initiative... Read More
Drs. Mike and Mary Kaufmann spent hours, and with the help of friendly electricians, completed an outdoor Christmas light show at their Brownsburg home synchronized to Christmas music. A display of over 4000 lights along with classic holiday songs proved to be a real holiday treat for both surrounding neighbors and families from all over the greater northwest side of Indianapolis. Cars with children would drive onto their long driveway and park to watch the 15 minute show. The... Read More