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House of Hope Luncheon is Coming Up!
Mark your calendars for a very special luncheon Wednesday, April 1, from noon until 1 p.m. at the Capitol Theatre, 110 W. Main Street, Lebanon. Houses of Hope is a great time to learn more about Habitat's homeownership program for low-income families in Wilson County. Wilson Habitat has built 62 homes and the need for more affordable housing continues to grow! Homeownership benefits everyone from the children of the families in need to a more stable community. For more information or to host a table, contact Director Tory Tredway at (615) 453-4539. For those who want to attend, there is a suggested minimum donation of $125 per person.
Join us for the 2015 Build Season!
Wilson Habitat will start the 2015 build season May 30 building through June 21. The fall build is scheduled Sept. 26 through Oct. 18. For more information on how you or your organization can help Wilson County's low-income families purchase quality affordable homes, contact Direct Tory Tredway at 615.453.4539.
For information on becoming a Habitat homeowner in Wilson County, click here.
To download a 2015 Wilson Sponsor Opportunity and Benefit form, click here
For general volunteer information, click here.
To view photos from the 2014 build season, click here.
Wilson Habitat Dedicates Two Homes Nov. 23
Carla and Jeremy Coggins
Carla has worked two jobs to support her three children. Her children are all grown now and living on their own except for her youngest, Jeremy. A car accident led doctors to find a full blockage in a main artery in Jeremy’s neck, which led to surgeries and setbacks in his young life. Living in cramped apartments for years and the need for wheelchair accessibility led Carla to Habitat. “Just like last year, we are grateful for Danny and Karen Dugan and their company’s sponsorship of a Habitat home in Wilson County. They, their family members, and their employees from North America Administrators have done a super job volunteering on the job site. They are providing a life-changing opportunity for Carla Coggins and her family,” said Tory Tredway, director of Wilson Habitat.
Kendra Richardson works on her home along with her sponsors
After volunteering at one of Habitat for Humanity’s work sites, Kendra began dreaming of owning her own home. The love of Kendra’s life — the man she planned to marry — was shot and killed. Since then she has worked hard to rebuild her life by accepting a full-time job as a material handler at the Famous Footwear warehouse in Lebanon and graduating from Tennessee College of Applied Technology in 2013. Her dream of becoming a homeowner is followed by her goal to continue her education and become a licensed cosmetology instructor, one day owning her own hair salon. “Many businesses, groups, and individuals have come together to participate in our Community Build this month. We cannot do what we do without the support of our community, and this build exemplifies that. The combined efforts of many people are providing Kendra Richardson the opportunity to achieve her dream of homeownership,” said Tory Tredway, director of Wilson Habitat. To read the Tennessean article about Kendra, click here.
There are many sponsors for this Community Build, but the Primary Sponsors include: Spectra Energy, Linda Rising (lindarising.org), Bridgestone Americas Trust Fund, Eastern Middle Tennessee Association of Realtors, Memorial Foundation, and Bob Black.
Milestone Day for Homeowner and Wilson Habitat
Wilson Habitat for Humanity burned the mortgage note for its first homeowner Juanita Johnson last Saturday! An anonymous donor stepped up and made the last several payments. To watch the video from the presentation click here. Jared Felkins from the Lebanon Democrat covered the story along with the fall build start and you can read about it here.
606 East Main Street
Lebanon, TN 37087
Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday
606 East Main Street
Lebanon, TN 37087
Hours: 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday
Tory Tredway, Director: firstname.lastname@example.org
Joy Reynolds, Family Services/Volunteer Relations Manager: email@example.com
Kim Schick, Wilson ReStore Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org
Chris Presley, Wilson ReStore Assistant Manager: email@example.com
2015 Wilson Community Board
|Joe Ali||Milton Price|
|Mike Allen||Karl Rehmer|
|Philip Clemmons||Linda Rising|
|Jared Felkins||Matthew Ryan|
|Tim Jakobs||Robin Sistad|
|Jerry Kennon||Greg Smith|
|Maggie Lea||Annette Stafford|
|J.B. Loper||Tory Tredway|
|Veronica Mallicoat||Derek Truelove|
|Scott McCormick||William Westmoreland|
|Lee Oliver||Andrea Wilke|