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This house was the last of six homes built in Mission Heights in Ramseur by Habitat for Humanity and its many volunteers. 

Ready to build new home, Habitat seeks volunteers

ASHEBORO — Habitat for Humanity of Randolph County is ready to start construction on four new Habitat homes in Asheboro.


Foundations will be laid in preparation for the Georgia students who will be arriving the first of March to work on the first house to be built. 


Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit organization that builds simple, decent, affordable, energy-efficient homes for sale to low-income families in need of shelter who live in Randolph County.


The houses are made affordable (since they are sold at cost) by using volunteer labor and the families working “sweat equity” hours reducing the cost greatly.


If you are interested in working with the Georgia students and the Habitat volunteers on these new houses, please call Desiree at the Habitat office at 336-625-1429. You can make a difference in the lives of Randolph County residents that would never be able to afford a home.


Also, volunteers are always needed in the Habitat ReStore. The proceeds from items donated and sold in the Habitat ReStore contribute to construction expenses on the new homes.