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A special thank you to the Lowe’s Foundation

For its continued support over the last three years to further Habitat for Humanity of the Charlotte Region’s mission to bring people together to build homes, communities and hope. The generosity from the Lowe's Foundation has fueled not just our Critical Home Repair and New Home Construction programs but our apprenticeship program as well. This program, which fosters hard work and molds individuals into leaders, is dedicated to training people to become New Construction Site Supervisors, which are paramount to the success of our organization.

in their own words

Take it from Covert and Burton, two apprenticeship alums who would not be where they are today if it were not for the program.

As echoed in the video, the apprenticeship program is an opportunity to provide growth and new skills to individuals looking to progress their career in construction or the trades. This opportunity would not be possible without the contributions made by the Lowe’s Foundation. Planning, communication, problem-solving, and teamwork, to name a few – are transferable skills that become sharpened during one’s time as an apprentice.

 

 

Katherine, one of Habitat Charlotte Region apprentices, thanks to the generosity of the Lowe's Foundation

continuing to learn

After serving two terms as an AmeriCorps member with Habitat for Humanity of the Charlotte Region, Katherine Riley knew her next step would be participating in the apprenticeship program. It allows her the experience to manage a construction site independently and the resources needed to hone her critical thinking skills to make assessments based on sound judgment.

“Thank you to the Lowe’s Foundation for enabling the apprenticeship program so that people like me can continue to learn and develop the skills we need to serve habitat best!” – Katherine Riley

Happy Thanksgiving

Gobble, gobble! Habitat Charlotte Region offices & construction sites will be closed November 24, 25 & 26 for Thanksgiving. Normal hours will resume Monday, November 28.

Habitat for Humanity of the Charlotte Region service area

House Size Policy

Household SizeBedrooms
Single adult or couple with no children2
Single adult or couple with 1 child3
Single adult or couple with 2 children3
Single adult or couple with 3 children 4
Single adult or couple with 4 children*4
Single adult or couple with 5 or more children5
Single adult or couple with 4 children where age (13 or over), age difference (4 yrs or more apart), or gender doesn't allow sharing5

House sizes for households with multiple adults or adults who are not married will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

* Children of the same gender who are under 13-years-old and fewer than 4 years apart in age could be required to share a room.