Recently, Executive Director, Jim Middleton, was invited to share our upcoming Veterans Build details with the Rotary Club of Plymouth, MA.
From left to right, Patrick PJ Flaherty (Patrick Flaherty for Plymouth Selectman), Rotary Club President; Jim Middleton, Habitat for Humanity of Greater Plymouth Executive Director & Patti Ryan, Rotary Club Member.
Check out the details of our first Motorcycle Ride Fundraiser, happening June 1st! Bring your biker friends.
Annual Meeting - All Invited!
Announcement of FTHB education
Great turnout. Huge success.
We hope you got your tickets and we look forward to seeing you on Friday, the 12th at Hotel 1620!
20 Brentwood Road Kingston
865 Long Pond Road in Plymouth
Join us at the Annual Gala - October 12, 2018
6-11 PM, Hotel 1620 Plymouth Harbor
Record-breaking heat didn't melt spirits at Squirrel Run Golf Course on Saturday, June 30th for the 2018 Arnie Thorell Memorial Golf Tournament.
Tree clearing and cutting of the thousand foot driveway is progressing at the Long Pond Road site!
Habitat homeowners, volunteers, executive directors, and staff gather at MA State House to support passage of House Bill 2160.
Learn the Habitat for Humanity story and how you can become involved in Veterans Build.
Hundreds turned out on Nov. 10th in support of local veterans and Habitat's Plymouth Veterans Build at a night of comedy at Memorial Hall
Hope you were able to visit us at Saturday's event. Thanks to all who did and offered support!
Thanks to all who supported the Arnie Thorell Memorial Golf Tournament.
More than 60 golfers enjoyed a great day and delicious luncheon on June 17th at Southers Marsh Golf Course. A great time was had by all!
We were thrilled to have SHP Financial team members volunteer to help build a wheel-chair ramp and assist with outdoor home restoration for an elderly, disabled woman in the local area, under our Brush With Kindness program.
In December, the affiliate joined the Toys for Tots campaign at the East Bay Grille on December 4th where we were featured as part of the
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