Help transform Coffee and Franklin Counties!

Looking for a practical way to make a difference in Coffee and Franklin Counties?  Highland Rim Habitat for Humanity (HRHFH) strengthens our community by helping low-income families become homeowners.  In the process, vacant properties are returned to the tax rolls, property values of surrounding homes increased, but most important, our citizens are mobilized to make a difference in the lives of their neighbors.  While government funds are occasionally used for infrastructure and site development costs, construction of our homes, from the foundation up, is exclusively supported by people and organizations in our area.

How You Can Help

Your support will help HRHFH bring hope to families struggling to obtain afford 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.

Donate

Monetary Gifts

A large percentage of donations to Habitat for HRHFH come from individual contributors.  Your gift not only helps build a house, but it is an investment in the changing the lives of a new homeowner family. From the coins given by children from their piggy banks to a six-figure major gift by a corporate executive, each gift makes a difference. 

Your donation can be financial or in-kind materials.  Click on this link: Printable Donation Form to obtain a form to record your donation.

Write your check to Highland Rim Habitat for Humanity, and mail it along with the Donation Form to:

HRHFH
PO Box 1296
Tullahoma, TN 37388

In-Kind Gifts

Businesses and individuals can also provide tangible help to Habitat by providing in-kind donations.  Contributions of new construction materials, tools and professional services help us to keep the cost of house building to a minimum.  Contact our office at HRHFH (931-393-2383) for more information about what we currently need and how to make a donation.

Volunteer

Volunteers are our lifeblood.  Habitat for Humanity was founded on the concept of providing decent, affordable homes through the use of volunteers.  That idea has expanded to include a variety of areas where volunteers can get involved and make a dramatic difference in the lives of our homeowners and our community.  Volunteering can be the most rewarding and fulfilling experience.  We have a high need for creative, imaginative, energetic, compassionate people.  We invite you to contact us and explore the many ways to you might use your time and talents.  Click on this link Printable Volunteer Form to communicate your interest.

 

Volunteers must schedule hours in advance and we respectfully ask you to stay your entire shift. A signed waiver must be received by staff before you may volunteer. You must be 16 years or older to volunteer.

Construction Site:
Learn new skills! Get outside! Meet new people! Come build with us! Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays are available for individual volunteers to work on our construction site. No experience is necessary and all tools are provided. We ask all volunteers to commit to at least a half work day from 9am – 12pm.  Skilled volunteers have the opportunity to become Crew Leaders!

Non-Construction:
Lunch Provider – Groups greatly appreciate a good meal during a hard day’s work on the jobsite.  Help our volunteers work more effectively by providing lunches and beverages.  And, who doesn’t enjoy a good cookie?  Provide bake goods at dedications or the construction site.