Fundraising is an important part of Mt. Pleasant for Habitat’s building programs.dsc02256

 Without money we can’t buy materials for our volunteers to work with.  Without money we can’t pay needed experts in electrical, and plumbing installation. Without money we can’t pay for our accountants and directors that keep us in compliance with International Habitat for Humanity, Federal/ state/ and banking laws, as well as coordinating our local building program.  For more details see our financial dispersion page that will be under construction soon.  In the meantime share some of our fund raising partners and activities. You may have taken part in some of them.

Mount Pleasant Habitat for Humanity has held a number of fund raisers to generate needed funds for building affordable houses for needy families.  The Mayor’s Cup Golf Tournament, organized by Jimmy Harbour and held at the Mount Pleasant Country Club each July, is our biggest fund raiser. Some of our faithful participants have been

American National Bank                  Big Tex Trailers

Cyprss Bank                                         Guaranty Bank & Trust

Luminant                                             Priefert Mfg. Co. Inc

Scott E. Redfearn, Inc.                     Sisk Motors, Inc.

Baker & Johnson, P.C.                      Finnegan’s Ins.DBA

Harbour Trailer Parts                      McKelvey Enterprises, Inc.

Redfearn Real Estate CO.               Capps Insurance Angency

Sandlin Motors, Inc.                        Scrubbies Wash USA, Inc.

Elliott Auto Group                           Jones Insurance Agency, Inc.

Mt. Pleasant Toyota                         Top Hat Industries, Inc.

M.J.C. Construction Co.                  McDonalds

Loan Trail, LLC                                    Wood Air Conditioning, Inc

Mt. Pleasant Country Club and  Pro Shop

First Federal Community Bank

American Pacific Industries, Inc.

Other fund raisers were raffle tickets on trailers, ice chests, smokers, a play house, garage sales, and a quilt made by ladies from Mt. Pleasant and Mt. Vernon and donated as a raffle item.