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Habitat of Greater Nashville demonstrates unwavering passion
In 1985, Nashville leaders decided to be a part of the extraordinary ministry of the national Habitat for Humanity movement. With only a handful of volunteers, it often took up to a year to complete one house, but the positive effects were clear and the volunteer passion was unwavering. The agency hired its first staff in 1985. Under the leadership of former CEO Chris McCarthy, it took 15 years to build the first 100 homes, four years for the second 100, two and half years for the third 100, and just under two years for the fourth 100 homes. By 2012, and under the leadership of current President and CEO Danny Herron, Habitat celebrated its 500th house build, expanded its service area to cover four counties, and continues to win numerous awards for home construction, innovation, and stewardship. Habitat homeowners contribute more than $600,000 annually in property taxes.