Wilson Division

 

 

Plan to Attned Houses of Hope May 8

Wilson Habitat for Humanity will host its annual Houses of Hope luncheon Thursday, May 8 at 6:30 p.m. at the Capitol Theater, 110 West Main St. Lebanon. Don't miss this exciting opportunity to support Habitat in one of Lebanon's most interesting and historic locations. Wilson Habitat is also celebrating its 20th anniversary this year and the luncheon will feature a guest speaker, comments from former homeowners, awards, and recognition of the original Board of Directors. To date, Wilson Habitat has built 59 houses and renovated three, serving 61 families in Wilson County. The annual luncheon is a great time to learn more about the important work of Habitat in Wilson County and how you can be a part of this extraordinary outreach. To attend the luncheon, contact Director Tory Tredway at 615. 453.4539.

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THANK YOU FOR 20 YEARS OF SUPPORT!

20/20 VISION CAMPAIGN establishes Habitat's foundation for next 20 years

What makes you thankful? How about your home? As cooler weather settles in, are you thankful that you have shelter?

Thanks to your support and partnership with Wilson Habitat for Humanity over the past 20 years, there are 59 families that have been able to say, “Thank you for my new home!” 

To celebrate 20 years of service in Wilson County, we invite you to become a part of Habitat's 20/20 Vision Campaign

Recent Wilson Habitat homeowner Sarah Caves' story is just one example of the kind of impact and gratitude your contributions create. You can read about her heartwarming story of courage and determination by clicking here.  If you would like to help us continue to impact and change the destiny of more families, please donate to Habitat’s 20/20 Vision Campaign by clicking here Donate Now.

If you would prefer to make a contribution to the 20/20 Vision Campaign by writing a check, you may make it payable to "Habitat for Humanity—Wilson Division," and mail it to:

Habitat for Humanity—Wilson Division

20/20 Vision Campaign

606 E. Main St. 

Lebanon, TN   37087 

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Click here to see all the photos from the 2013 build season

Former Homeless Mother Realizes Dream of Owning Her Own Home

  

To view photos from Jessica and Brendon's dedication ceremony, click on the link below:

http://habitatforhumanityofgreaternashville.zenfolio.com/p788362987

Jessica Williams, and her son, Brendon, 9, accepted the keys to their new Habitat home Nov. 17 at Alydar Drive as Wilson Habitat closed out the 2013 build season completing our 59th home in Wilson County. Jessica was sponsored by North America Administrators and The Memorial Foundation as well as local volunteer groups who came out to help build her home. 

“This is a special build for a special lady who has worked hard to provide stability for herself and her son,” said Tory Tredway, director of Wilson Habitat. “We have been impressed by Jessica and her work ethic.  Her commitment to completing our program and providing a home for her son are commendable.  We’re thankful for the community’s support as she continues her journey to a new future.”

Creating a home for Brendon is what inspires Jessica to keep working hard to change their future. She relays she had lost faith in humanity before coming to Habitat for help. She became homeless with a small child and eventually moved into a homeless shelter in Florida where she lived for 10 months, saving money to once again become independent. She made her way to Tennessee to live closer to family and applied for a Habitat home for herself and son, Brendon. She currently works in an administrative position in the HR department of a local imaging company and loves to spend her free time with her son. 

Special thanks to the following groups who have volunteered their time to build this house for Jessica and Brendon:

·      Employees and families of North America Administrators
·      Family and friends of Danny and Karen Dugan
·      Wilson County Schools students and faculty
·      Bridgestone Distribution Center employees
·      Cumberland University students and faculty
·      International Assurance of Tennessee employees

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For general volunteer information, click here

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To volunteer for a Wilson County build, email Tory Tredway for volunteer opportunities.

• To view the Safety Handbook, click here.


To download a Wilson Sponsor Opportunity and Benefit form, click here.

To view the Wilson County Fiscal Year Report, click here.

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Office location:

606 East Main Street
Lebanon, TN  37087
Phone: 615.453.4539
Fax: 615.453.4517
Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday

ReStore
606 East Main Street
Lebanon, TN  37087
Phone: 615.453.3799
Fax: 615.453.4517
Hours: 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday

Staff:
Tory Tredway, Director: ttredway@habitatnashville.org 
Joy Reynolds, Family Services/Volunteer Relations Manager: jareynolds@habitatnashville.org 
Kim Schick, Wilson ReStore Manager: kschick@habitatnashville.org
Chris Presley, Wilson ReStore Assistant Manager: cpresley@habitatnashville.org

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2014 Wilson Advisory Board

  • Joe Ali
  • Bob Black
  • Philip Clemmons
  • Travis Dedmon
  • Jared Felkins
  • Jerry Kennon
  • Maggie Lea
  • Veronica Mallicoat
  • Scott McCormick
  • Eddie Pawlawski
  • Milton Price
  • Karl Rehmer
  • Linda Rising
  • Matthew Ryan
  • Greg Smith
  • Annette Stafford
  • Derek Truelove
  • Andrea Wilke
  • Nancy Willis
  • Jamie Wood