• Greenville CEOs Dedicate Fifth Habitat Home

    Greenville CEOs Dedicate Fifth Habitat Home in Greenville

    On Thursday, June 21, 23 of Greenville’s top CEO’s put the finishing touches on their latest project – the construction of a new home for the Nivens family, as part of Habitat Greenville’s fourth annual CEO Build.

    This home is Habitat for Humanity of Greenville County’s fifth CEO build, an annual event that unites companies from across business sectors to fund and construct a home for a Greenville family making between 30 and 60 percent of the Area Median Income. Each executive‘s company supports the build through both financial sponsorship and volunteer hours.

  • COUNTYBANK FOUNDATION PRESENTS $20,000 TO GREENWOOD AREA HABITAT FOR HUMANITY

    Countybank Foundation Presents $20,000 to Greenwood Area Habitat

    The Countybank Foundation, established in 1971 representing Countybank and Greenwood Capital, recently donated $20,000 to Greenwood Area Habitat for Humanity. This donation is part of a five-year plan to donate a total of $100,000.

    Lynn Turner, Vice President and Credit Officer for Countybank, Wells Dunlap, Commercial Relationship Manager for Countybank; and John Cooper, Private Client Investor for Greenwood Capital, recently presented the check on behalf of the foundation to Stephen Baggett, Jr., Executive Director of Greenwood Area Habitat.

  • Greenville CEOs Dedicate Fifth Habitat Home
  • COUNTYBANK FOUNDATION PRESENTS $20,000 TO GREENWOOD AREA HABITAT FOR HUMANITY
    SCAHA's Mission and Purpose is to expand the capacity of South Carolina affiliates by increasing access to resources, facilitating communication between the affiliates and the community and providing statewide representation leading to the creation of thriving communities that support families in need.

    About Us

    What We Do

    South Carolina Association of Habitat for Humanity Affiliates (SCAHA) was officially chartered in September 2012 to support the 31 Habitat affiliates within the state of South Carolina who actively work to eliminate poverty housing and improve communities.

    Though only officially incorporated in September of 2012, SCAHA had early beginnings in South Carolina, meeting as an informal group of Habitat Executive Directors.

    The early group elected officers and conducted quarterly meetings to share ideas and visions. Many of the "founding fathers" of SCAHA still hold positions in their respective affiliates as well as serve on the SCAHA Board.

    Strength

    A Habitat home is a strong foundation for a family, an opportunity on which they can build a better life. Strong and stable homes help build strong and stable communities.

    Stability

    A Habitat home is a stabilizing force for a family. Better, affordable living conditions lead to improved health, stronger childhood development and the ability — and financial flexibility — to make forward-looking choices.

    Self-Reliance

    Through shelter, we empower. A decent place to live and an affordable mortgage help homeowners save more, invest in education, pursue opportunity and have more financial stability.

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