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WELCOME


 

We greatly appreciate all who participated!

Construction of the home for James & Candy Slagle is underway.  For details, click:

Coffee Build.


  As part of the home building process, partner families themselves invest hundreds of hours of labor - "sweat equity" - into building their homes and the homes of others.  Partner families are required to undergo home maintenance and household budget training to ensure ownership success.  The houses are sold to these families at no profit and with no interest.  All mortgage payments are invested in a revolving fund that is used to build houses for the next pre-qualified families.

 How You Can Help

Your support will help HRHFH bring hope to families struggling to obtain affordable homes and make our communities a better place for all of us.  This support can take the form of donating funds and materials or by volunteering your time and labor.  For more information, click on the either of the following links:  DONATE or VOLUNTEER.

We also invite you read about some of the many stories highlighting HRHFH activities.  To view them, click on STORIES.

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Welcome and thank you for your interest in our organization.  Please take the time to fully explore this website – it contains a great deal of information to guide prospective homeowners, volunteers, and donors.

 

All are invited to attend our monthly organization meetings at 6 pm on the 4th Thursday of each month located at 201 W. Lincoln St. in Tullahoma.

 




Highland Rim Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit, non-denominational Christian organization that is dedicated to building simple, decent, and affordable homes in the southern middle Tennessee counties of Coffee and Franklin since 1992.  Highland Rim Habitat for Humanity (HRHFH) is an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International which has over 2,300 affiliates worldwide.


Homeowner families are chosen according to their need; their ability to repay the no-profit, no-interest mortgage; and their willingness to work in partnership with HRHFH. Volunteers provide most of the labor, while individuals and corporate donors provide money and materials to build Habitat houses.